Question by  Isis (1)

what no-degree work involving outdoors, land, ocean,science,animals pays well with sense of structure while improving the world?


Answer by  patti (29325)

"No-degree work" and "pays well" are not generally found in the same sentence except with regard to their mutual exclusivity. "Improving the world" is a big job, especially when one expects to effect the "outdoors, land, ocean, science, animals." College would help define the career goals.


Answer by  lanswers (51)

You can look into being a park ranger. Park rangers work in national parks by protecting the environment and teaching visitors about their visit.


Answer by  pkstaple (23)

you can do park ranger with a two year community college degree. that should be attainable and affordable.


Answer by  somerset (801)

I think a gardener, or a farmer might be a good job for a person who loves outdoors.


Answer by  david11693 (15)

there are various jobs that you can do for instance you can become a farmer that doesnt need a degree and you are helping the world by reducing food shortage.also a park ranger is good.places like seaworld and busch gardens offer assitant programs.that way you can gain a position then move up or branch out


Answer by  Josh (12)

Becoming a park ranger is a good thing, also places like sea world often offer assistant programs, and you don't need to have a degree to do that. There is also a groupe known as peace corps that primarily works out side, and you dont need to have any sort of degree.

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