Detail oriented? Want to work in the great outdoors? Investigate or inspect government property to ensure compliance with contract agreements and government regulations. Build a career as a government property inspector or investigator with a certificate in military land sustainability.
When working in government property management, you will probably:
Those working in government property management earn a national median salary of $68,670 (as of 2016).
Job opportunities in this industry are growing at a rate of 2-4% per year. North Carolina has an exceptionally high demand for this position with an anticipated job demand forecast of 12.3% per year.
Most of these positions require an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree. The Graduate Certificate in Military Land Sustainability fills a niche requirement specific to working in this field.
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Interested in working with military property in a managerial role? Apply today for the Graduate Certificate in Military Land Sustainability to get a jumpstart on your career goals.