ContentsOccupational Report for Forest and Conservation Workers (45-4011) , Oregon Statewide
Under supervision, perform manual labor necessary to develop, maintain, or protect areas such as forests, forested areas, woodlands, wetlands, and rangelands through such activities as raising and transporting seedlings; combating insects, pests, and diseases harmful to plant life; and building structures to control water, erosion, and leaching of soil. Includes forester aides, seedling pullers, and tree planters.The following related career videos are available from America's Career InfoNet:
Forest and Conservation Workers
Employment Outlook for Forest and Conservation Workers
Current Employment Department Job Openings for Forest and Conservation Workers There are 5 current openings for this occupation. Openings 1 through 5 are listed below.
Job Openings from the Web for Forest and Conservation Workers The following job openings have been automatically extracted from various sites across the Web. These links are provided as supplemental resources. However, the Employment Department cannot validate these openings nor endorse any of these external sites. Some of these jobs may no longer be open. In some cases, a single opening may be posted on multiple sites. There are 4 current openings for this occupation. Openings 1 through 4 are listed below.
State of Oregon License Information for Forest and Conservation Workers No statewide license is required for this occupation.
Wages for Forest and Conservation Workers
Regional Employment Projections for Forest and Conservation Workers
These estimates do not include self-employment. Replacement openings are caused by existing workers permanently leaving their occupation. Many additional job openings occur due to job changes within occupations.Data Sources and Limitations
Industries of Employment for Forest and Conservation Workers
Educational Requirements for Forest and Conservation Workers The typical entry level education for this occupation is a high school diploma or equivalent. In addition, moderate-term on-the-job training is typically needed, once employed, to attain competency in the skills needed in this occupation.
Skills for Forest and Conservation Workers
Schools and Training Providers for Forest and Conservation Workers No programs of training are associated with this occupation.
Career Pathway Roadmaps for Forest and Conservation Workers These Oregon community colleges have defined career pathway roadmaps to facilitate entry into this occupation:
Related Occupations The scores listed below indicates how closely the skills for Forest and Conservation Workers matches the occupation in the list. A score of 100% means the occupations have identical skill sets. A maximum of 10 occupations are displayed below.