You wake up on a brisk Friday morning with thoughts of the weekend. You have a fun barbeque planned with about 50 friends and family swinging by your house. You’ve ordered the food, you’ve cleaned the patio furniture, and the extra napkins are on hand. Your one lingering concern is the weather. This is the very point where your life intersects with a recession-proof career—atmospheric scientist. Commonly referred to as meteorologists, atmospheric scientists study the atmosphere’s motions and characteristics and how these factors impact our environment.
Outlook for Atmospheric Scientists
Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor ...