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Environmental Economists

Unions and Associations

Economists do not typically belong to labor unions. Environmental economists have access to career-support resources such as educational programs, publications, networking opportunities, and other benefits offered by the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association, American Economic Association, Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, National Association for Business Economics, the Society of Government Economists, and the United States Society for Ecological Economics. The Council for Economic Education focuses on the economic and financial education of K–12 students.

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