Environmental Health - Bachelor's Degree
Class of 2020

Total Degrees Awarded: 35
Number of Responses: 29
Knowledge/Response Rate: 83%
Post-Graduation Status Responses Percentage
Employed Full-Time 20 69%
Continuing Education 8 28%
Internship/Postdoc/Residency 1 3%
Employed Part-Time 0 0%
Not Seeking 0 0%
Seeking 0 0%

Salary Summary
# Reporting Salary High Salary Low Salary Median Salary # Reporting Bonus Median Bonus
8 68,000 32,200 35,000 4 3,350
* denotes less than 4 responses received.

Employers and Position Titles

Employer Position Title(s)
Carteret County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist
Caterpillar Inc. Environmental Health & Safety Associate
City of Tucker Public Health and Sustainability Intern
DeKalb County Board of Health Environmental Health Specialist
Eastern Corporation Safety Assistant
Georgia Department of Public Health Environmental Health Specialist, Environmental Health Specialist I
Georgia-Pacific Safety & Health ELP
Logic Environmental, Inc. Environmental Scientist
Octapharma Plasma Inc. Assistant Manager
Parsons Corporation Laboratory Technician
Point to Point Environmental Environmental Specialist
Triumvirate Environmental Environmental Specialist
University of Georgia ESD Worker, Lab Manager, Laboratory Technician
Wisconsin institute for Medical Research Research Assistant
* denotes no responses received.

Continuing Education Schools and Programs

Graduate School Program(s)
Emory University Nursing, Master's
Johns Hopkins University Environmental Health, Master's
Lincoln Memorial University Osteopathic Medicine, DO
Mercer University Medicine, MD; Public Health, MPH/Phd
University of Georgia Public Health, Master's
Vanderbilt University Epidemiology, Master's
Yale University Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases, Master's
* denotes no responses received.

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