A career in geology
The steps towards a geologist.
Classes you would need to take in high school and college would be geophysics, chemistry, geology, and surface water classes.
In order to get an entry position you need at least a bachelors degree.
But to get a higher paid experience salary and level you need a masters degree in geological and earth science.
College...the big decision.
Bowling Green University is a public 4 year college.
Grades. Grades. Grades.
In order to get into Bowling Green University you need to a GPA that is a 3.19 or higher.
The average ACT score that most freshmen have and that you should have is a 20 to a 23 or higher. The combined SAT average score is 960 to 1099.
What do you do when you are a geologist?
Geology in Wisconsin.
Finding a job in Wisconsin as a geologist is fairly easy.
The salary range in Wisconsin for entry level to experienced is $41,300 to $109,080.
The national range is $43,820 to $160,910.
In north east Wisconsin there are 43 employers for geologists.
In the whole state there are 209.
Industrial solutions management is the business I would work for. This company is in Green Bay and an easy place to commute to every day for work.