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Related Jobs: Environmental Scientists and Geoscientists




Many geoscientists work in the petroleum and natural gas industry, an industry that also employs many other workers in the scientific and technical aspects of petroleum and natural gas exploration and extraction. Among these other workers are engineering technicians, science technicians, petroleum engineers, surveyors, cartographers, photogrammetrists, and surveying technicians. Also, some physicists and astronomers, chemists and materials scientists, and atmospheric scientists—as well as mathematicians, computer systems analysts, database administrators, and computer scientists—perform related work both in petroleum and natural gas exploration and extraction and in environment-related activities.