Connecting Employers and Surveying, Mapping, GIS, Geospatial, Mobile, and Information Technology Professionals in a Whole New Way
RESTON, Va., June 23, 2016 — Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), a national security, health, and infrastructure solutions company, today announced it was recognized by LinkedIn as one of the most sought-after companies where professionals want to work. The LinkedIn Top Attractors list ranks the best companies for attracting and keeping top talent.
Redlands, California—April 5, 2016—Esri earned fourth-place ranking in the Forbes 2016 America’s Best Midsize Employers list, led only by L.L.Bean, The Container Store, and Novo Nordisk. More than 30,000 employees at companies with at least 1,000 people were surveyed for the list.
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”.
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:
Petitioners are Reminded to Follow Regulatory Requirements
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.
Thirty-six Percent of Employers Plan to Hire Full-Time, Permanent Employees in the New Year, CareerBuilder’s Annual Forecast Finds – Survey Reveals Best Employment Outlook Since 2006 and Five Trends to Watch in 2015
Trends like big data and mobile media are translating into growing paychecks in 2014 for some professionals, according to Salary Guides from Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group.Moving into 2015 the demand for .Net developers, Systems Administrators, Java Developers, and web developers continues to grow.
The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) increased in September. The index now stands at 121.68, up from 121.32 (an upward revision) in August. This represents a 6.1 percent gain in the ETI compared to a year ago.