Students graduating with a degree from the School of Environmental Planning have found jobs in many different fields and in many different places. Most of our students found a career-related job soon after graduating. For a list of where some of our alumni are working, check out Where Are They Now?
Canadian Business Magazine - Canada's Best Jobs 2016
#2. Urban Planner
Median Salary: $85,010
Salary Growth (2009–2015): +15%
Total Employees: 10,500
Change in Employees (2009–2015): +30%
Urban planners prepare and carry out land development concepts for governments, real estate developers and consulting companies. They work with a wide variety of people in their jobs, including social scientists, lawyers, regional authorities and special interest groups in the development of land use proposals, and are responsible for coordinating the work of urban planning technicians once a proposal’s approved.