Bureau of Land Management Job Outlook
While permanent, full-time career positions are becoming increasingly hard to find with any government agency - due to a shabby economy - there are still plenty of employment opportunities available for those who can afford to be flexible. Think seasonal and you'll be in a better position to find an outdoor job with this agency.
With the extra money provided by the raising of land-use fees, the outlook for summer jobs should be strong in the coming years. Already a good source of seasonal employment, the Bureau of Land Management will probably hire even more people to help restore damaged land and to keep a better watch on its long-term ecological health. Helpful degrees are ecology, botany, environmental science, and biology.