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Community Nutrition Educators

Work Environment

A significant amount of travel is required for many community nutrition positions. An educator who works for a large, rural county may have to travel hundreds of miles a week to give presentations at schools, community centers, and other facilities and meet with clients in their homes. Some educators enjoy the opportunity to travel and interact with members of different communities, while others may feel that this takes too much time away from family and other responsibilities at home. Community nutrition educators also spend time in offices meeting with clients, analyzing data, preparing content for presentations and Web sites, and performing other tasks.

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