Hey all, i've been reading the forum..some cool people here and some good ideas and insights.
My question is- most of the job's i'm looking at are in the forestry/natural resources/land management field-
The requirements for these jobs usually included the requirement that you must have a car, or more often times than not, a truck, and at the very minimum a driver's licence.
For me it is an all or nothing thing- I don't currently have a car and have never driven one in my life, so if I were to get a licence, I might as well get a car as well.
The thing is the jobs I hope to get with my degree is that the vast majority of them are in rural settings, e.g working for the usfs in a national forest, etc, so a car is downright mandatory even for consideration.
I hope to be carfree my entire life, but I don't know how well this jives with the field of study my degree is in and the jobs I hope to get.