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Hydropower and Marine Energy Industry Workers

Work Environment

Work environments vary depending on the worker’s job title. For example, hydropower engineers may perform a significant amount of their work outdoors. Recreation managers may often find themselves developing outdoor walking paths and trails near hydroelectric projects to ensure that vegetation and wildlife are protected. All workers who work outdoors must deal with occasionally demanding weather conditions such as high winds, rain, sleet, snow, and temperature extremes.

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