Started by tsugacanadensis, September 03, 2023, 12:18:17 PM
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Quote from: Texas Ranger on September 03, 2023, 02:23:08 PMDegrees are fine, experience is critical in the private field. I've known a few in the private side that began right out of college as a consultant, very hard go unless a well-paid spouse. Any experience in the real world will be beneficial in an effort to go private. Forestry is kinda like the military, you don't enlist as a general, you have to pay your dues.The accreditation will open doors, more opportunities. To advance the degree is the route, but you need to take any opportunity that comes up, a lot of foresters move on to other business opportunities/occupations because forestry is not the best paid job. You live the life a lot of kids dream of, it is a matter of dedication to stay in the field.
Quote from: beenthere on September 03, 2023, 07:30:19 PMps: Teachers graduate and are hired as experts to teach children with little or no peer review or measure of their ability to teach. Still there are some great teachers, but there are many who are not. Some end up as college level teachers too.
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