Meteorologists usually work in an office setting located in urban areas.
Some applied meteorologists work in at weather centres, in rotating shifts and usually alone.
Weather broadcasters usually work in television stations at night.
It depends on what type of meteorologist you are.
More information on meteorologists here:
The American Meteorological Society produced a report detailing the various careers of meteorologists, including where they work. According to the report, the vast majority of meteorologists work with the United States Government. Many others work for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (or NOAA). Within the government, employment can be found within the Air Force, Navy, and Department of Defense, as well as NASA, the Department of Energy, and the Department of Agriculture. Meteorologists can also be found working in university campuses across the country. And, of course, you can usually find a meteorologist cheerfully announcing the weather on your local television station.
As Patricia Pham said, meteorologists can work in TV and/or radio stations. In addition, meteorologists can work for the government (at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), the military, or in education. Check the links below for examples of meteorology positions.
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