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Environmental Economists

Work Environment

Environmental economists usually work in offices. The workweek is typically 40 hours, with occasional overtime in the evenings and weekends when project deadlines must be met. Economists work independently and collaborate with other economists, statisticians, and environmental specialists. They spend much of their workday on computers, gathering and analyzing data, conducting research, and writing reports. They travel on occasion for meetings and conferences.

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