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Horticultural Technicians

Work Environment

Horticultural technicians generally work a 40-hour week. Those who work in parks are often required to work weekends and some summer evenings. Whether working indoors in a greenhouse or florist shop, or outdoors in a park or on a golf course, they are surrounded by beauty. However, the job requires work in all kinds of weather. Arboriculture technicians, landscape developers, and turfgrass technicians spend a good deal of time outdoors and occasionally must work in rain, mud, or extreme temperatures.

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