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Hydrologist Job Outlook

There are currently an estimated 6,580 Hydrologists in the United States. The Hydrologist job market is expected to grow by 1% between 2012 and 2022. The majority of job opportunities exist in California, Colorado, and Arizona, and as a percentage of the population Idaho and Montana have the most Hydrologists representing 0.293 in 1000 and 0.249 in 1000 of the total job market respectively.

How to Become a Hydrologist

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  2. Get the Education

    A bachelors degree is required to be a Hydrologist. A geology degree is preferred. Schools offering education in this field include:

    • Columbia College | Columbia, SC
      Offers: Associates, Bachelors
    • Albertus Magnus College | New Haven, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Central Connecticut State University | New Britain, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Fairfield University | Fairfield, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • University of Hartford | West Hartford, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
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Hydrologist Jobs

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Title Company Location Info
Civil Engineer, Hydraulic/ Hydrology Ajulia Executive Search Princeton, NJ, USA Job Details
Hydrological Technician Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions Homestead, FL, USA Job Details
Full Or Associate Professor, Hydrologic Sciences The Chronicle of Higher Education Sub Reno, NV, USA Job Details
Full Or Associate Professor, Hydrologic Sciences University of Nevada at Reno RENO, NV, USA Job Details
Sr. Civil Engineer Project Manager (Specialty In Drainage, Hydrology / Hydraulics) Reedy Creek Improvement District Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA Job Details
Hydrologic Technician The Great Basin Institute Casper, WY, USA Job Details
Hydrology Engineer Confidential San Diego, CA, USA Job Details
Senior Lead Research Scientist: Hydrologic/Hydrodynamic Modeling FM Global Norwood, MA, USA Job Details
Civil Engineering ADAMS ENGINEERING & DEVELOPMENT CONSULTA Tyler, TX, USA Job Details
Civil Drainage Engineer ContractTECH San Antonio, TX, USA Job Details
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Demand for Hydrologists

The Hydrologist industry is concentrated in California, Colorado and Arizona.

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Hydrologist Jobs by State

How to Become a Hydrologist

Interested in becoming a hydrologist? Here are your next steps.

  1. Take the Sokanu Career Test

    Would you make a good hydrologist? Sokanu's free assessment reveals how compatible you are with a career across 5 dimensions!

    Take the free career test
  2. Get the Education

    A bachelors degree is required to be a Hydrologist. A geology degree is preferred. Schools offering education in this field include:

    • Columbia College | Columbia, SC
      Offers: Associates, Bachelors
    • Albertus Magnus College | New Haven, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Central Connecticut State University | New Britain, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Fairfield University | Fairfield, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
    • University of Hartford | West Hartford, CT
      Offers: Bachelors
  3. Get Hired

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    Would you like to post jobs on this career? Find the best candidates using Sokanu's new psychometric job platform. Visit employers.sokanu.com today.