‌Current employment prospects in all fields of Geosciences are outstanding. With oil and commodity prices at all time highs, demand for qualified individuals in the energy and mineral sectors greatly exceeds supply, and starting salaries are at record levels. At the same time, ground water supplies in many areas are threatened and diminishing, increasing demand for hydrologists, while a broad array of environmental and climate concerns are leading to increased hiring in both the private and public sectors as well as state and federal government. There are simply not enough well- trained geo-scientists for these diverse needs.