When it comes to our future, many of us have dreams about getting into a lucrative career doing something that we really enjoy.
Connecting Employers and Surveying, Mapping, GIS, Geospatial, Mobile, and Information Technology Professionals in a Whole New Way
GEO Jobe GIS, developers of Admin Tools, Mapfolio, and geopowered cloud for Esri’s ArcGIS, welcomes Industry Veteran, Glenn Letham, in role as new Chief Marketing Officer
The University of Southern California’s GIS Program and Pearson Education have put together an infographic titled “Common Career Paths for the Student of Geographic Information Science & Technology”.
The GEOINT Essential Body of Knowledge is the defining document for standards in the broad practice of GEOINT. USGIF produced this document by conducting a cross-industry job analysis to identify the knowledge, skills, and abilities critical to the GEOINT workforce.
Ever get to an interview or job fair and not know what questions to ask? Would-be employers love questions and it really shows enthusiasm on the part of the candidate. Here’s some suggestions:
GoGeomatics Canada recently launched a new service for job seekers looking for work in geomatics, GIS, remote sensing, surveying, cartography, and other related fields. Their Geospatial Resume and Cover Letter Writing Services are designed to offer an effective, affordable approach to help geospatial job seekers find employment, regardless of where they are located.
Everyone says they want innovation in their organization, but when an ambitious employee offers it to a CEO, for example, the idea is often shot down, says Neal Thornberry, Ph.D., faculty director for innovation initiatives at the Naval Postgraduate School in California.
The whole paradigm of work is changing, and many of us are still stuck under the thumb of the boss in our life when what we want is to be the boss of our own life.
How can a press release land you a sweet job or consulting gig? Read on for some tips and 10 examples and opportunities awaiting you.