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After Rutgers

Program Performance

Students who graduate from the Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources major pursue successful careers in private industry, government, and the non-profit sector. Example careers include forestry technicians, arboretum directors, park managers, utility arborists, museum specialists, natural areas technicians, ecological restoration specialists, STEM educators, GIS developers, and more.

A survey of our program graduates in 2023 with 55 respondents showed that: 55% of respondents were permanently employed, 16% were employed with temporary jobs, 22% were in graduate school, 2% were unemployed, and 29% did not report employment status.