Career Outlook for Environmental Economists

Also known as:  Agricultural Economist, Econometrician, Economic Development Specialist, Economic Research Analyst, Economist, Environmental Economist, Industrial Economist, Labor Economist, Price Economist, Social Economist
The overall job outlook for Environmental Economist careers has been relatively unchanged since 2004. Vacancies for this career have slightly increased by 10.14 percent nationwide in that time, with an average growth of 1.69 percent per year. Demand for Environmental Economists is expected to go up, with an expected 2,250 new jobs filled by 2018. This represents an annual increase of 2.12 percent over the next few years.
There are currently more Environmental Economists in the following states
District of Columbia 4,100
California 1,530
Texas 830
Illinois 500
Virginia 450
Massachusetts 440
New York 440
The states below have the least number of filled positions for Environmental Economists
Maine 30
Alabama 40
Kansas 40
Nebraska 40
Idaho 40
Utah 40
Montana 40