Working full-time, people put in about 2,000 hours a year at their jobs. With that amount of time, some people believe it is important to have a job that is rewarding to them and to the environment. The U.S. Department of Labor projects that the growth of careers in the environmental field, particularly hydrology and environmental engineering, will increase over the next decade and salaries will be competitive with other careers. More and more universities and colleges offer courses and degrees in environmental fields. This chapter gives a rundown on different green careers and educational paths.