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Working In Land Based

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If working in the great outdoors, working with animals or protecting the environment appeals to you, how about working in land based? Land based careers are hugely varied, from soil-science to plant breeding or managing wildlife – take a look at just a few land based careers you could choose from. Farming From growing hops or wheat to farming sheep and ... Read More »

UK Skills Shortage Occupation 13 Geoscientist

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This is the 13th instalment in a series of blogs that provide information on occupational roles that employers struggle to fill. In this article we take a look at the role of the geoscientist. There are regional differences in the skills and occupations where employers are experiencing shortages and throughout this series we will endeavour to provide information on where ... Read More »

STEM And Environmental Careers

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Do you have a passion for the environment, but you’re unsure of the career opportunities out there? Keep reading to discover just a few of the many environmental careers out there. The study of science can open up many doors and make some fantastic and fulfilling careers available to you. Here we explore just a few of the environmental career ... Read More »

A Career In Horticulture

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Whether your passion is photography, art or science there is a career  in horticulture for you. Horticulture is the art, science, technology and business of cultivating all sorts of plants, including: medicinal plants, fruits, vegetables and grains, herbs, and ornamental trees. Horticulture matters because the horticultural industry is a massive contributor to the UK economy and because our environment and ... Read More »

What Does A Soil Scientist Do?

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Sophie Barnes, student and guest writer for Moving On magazine investigates – what does a soil scientist do? The role of a soil scientist goes beyond analysing and interpreting soil. Soil scientists are responsible for knowing the ground we walk on and this includes understanding the history and origins of soil, sustainability impacts, human health, and agricultural production. A soil ... Read More »

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