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www.emploi-environnement.com

E. Jardin & C. Schoch

In the “recruiter” space of this job website entirely given over to environmental careers and managed by a private concern, you find out that 4.3% of the some 10,565 résumés in the résumé bank have been filed by PhDs.

In the “recruiter” space of this job website entirely given over to environmental careers and managed by a private concern, you find out that 4.3% of the some 10,565 résumés in the résumé bank have been filed by PhDs.

The “applicant” space provides some very general advice for drafting one’s CV. What's more, a dictionary of environmental careers describes the types of jobs offered in environmental field, to some extent a catchall. For instance, when you type “engineer” in the search box for these pages, 27 types of position come up, ranging from agronomic engineer and climatology engineer to hygiene, safety and sanitation engineers.

In the job openings section (there were over 500 on line in March), you can select a field of activity (water, air, waste management, but also managerial and industrial positions), a geographic area or years of experience, but one thing you can’t do is sort openings by educational level, which does nothing to make opportunities for PhDs more visible.
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