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Forestry Technicians


Employment for forest and conservation technicians is expected to decline through 2028, according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, with job opportunities being the strongest at employers that manage state forests. Some tasks are being automated, which is reducing the need for technicians. One example: remote sensing technology is replacing the need for technicians to conduct tree counts and tree identifications.

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