If you’ve always wanted to play a part in saving the world, know that securing entry-level jobs in environment related fields can be a first step to doing just that. Maybe you can’t save the world all by yourself, but this field does allow you to do work that can have a positive impact on our planet and on future generations. Even better, there are many jobs in environment related fields that you can choose from. Maybe, for example, you’d like to become an environmental scientist. These professionals work hard to apply scientific knowledge to benefit the earth. They use their current understandings of the planet and how it works to develop potential solutions to serious environmental problems, to understand what issues and challenges the earth is facing and may face in the future, and to eliminate or reduce the effects of potential environmental hazards on humans. As an environmental scientist, you could work in a lab setting, doing research or testing theories, and/or you might actually be called to go out into the world and learn from Mother Earth herself. Of course, there are other environmental entry-level jobs as well. You could become an environmental engineer or you could take on any so-called “green job.” Green jobs are jobs that take place in workplaces that have made efforts to be environmentally concerned. Think of offices that focus on sustainability and promote the use of cleaner energy sources, or of any job that is focused on educating others on ways to better take care of the planet. You can make a difference at work every single day by taking on environmental jobs.