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    RE:Masters degree for career in geology?

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    Simple answer - obtain a MS. Do a search on employment sites and you'll find that besides experience requirements - more senior positions ask for advance degrees. Best of luck.

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    RE: Roommate(s) for GSA 2014

    Posted in: Roommates & Rides

    Hi Greg, I do have roommates for most of the meeting. However I was not able to find anyone for the last night (the 22nd). I have a room that night at the best western. If you want to share the room let me know and we can split the cost. Thanks,Nick Sent...

  • Robert J. Stern

    RE: Masters degree for career in geology?

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    Industry prefers MS degree over PhD, Academia and research jobs require PhD. How are your grades? Do you like to read and write? Are you good with math or in the lab? MS thesis route is better if you'd prefer a larger income or if you're not sure what...


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