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Geography undergraduates find jobs in all levels of government, non-profit organizations, and in industry. Some typical jobs include, but are not limited to:
Employers the world over are interested in geographers, as the Department of Labor has identified geospatial technologies, along with biotechnology and nanotechnology, as industries that will see high growth through 2020.
Geographers are often employed with organizations including (but not limited to):
Some students pursue further education in graduate or professional schools while others directly enter the work force. Recent graduates have gone on to work for ESRI, GeoEye, and TerraSim, among other organizations.
development activities are integrated into the baccalaureate
currciculum via the requirement that students complete an internship,
research with faculty, or a service-learning experience. Learn more about careers
Geography is the science of space and place on Earth's surface. It's about:
- From the Association of American Geographers