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Environmental restoration planners with five or more years of experience advance by taking on more complex projects. Senior-level planners may be promoted to management roles, in which they oversee the work of others while handling larger projects. They may become division or district managers, responsible for larger regions. Full-time employed environmental restoration planners may leave their positions to start their own consulting businesses. Others may go back to school to earn an advanced degree or get certified to improve their skills and knowledge in certain areas of environmental restoration planning. Lecturing at professional associations' events and conferences, teaching in colleges, and writing for trade publications are other ways that planners share their expertise and advance in their field.

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