Urban Plannercool math jobs - urban planning

Many students walk around their town or city, but don’t give any thought to how the area was developed. Focus on details, large and small, is necessary when addressing issues regarding housing, utilities and land use or layout of a city.

Within its School of Architecture and Planning, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Urban Studies and Planning program focuses on City Design and Development, Environmental Policy and Planning, Housing, Community and Economic Development, and the International Development Group.

This fascinating career path yields salaries from $42,000 to $100,000 per year, says the BLS.

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