The Ecological Society of America claim that a degree in ecology can lead to jobs with Universities and colleges, research institutions, libraries, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and corporations. Commonly associate jobs include a field/research technician and laboratory assistant. If your desire it to work outside I would recommend working with a field crew. If you have a knack for teaching, teaching positions are available at all levels of education.
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