After working in your trade for some time, developing the skills necessary to thrive, you might have tried to progress your career. Even with these skills, it can be quite difficult to move up the ranks – and there’s often a very simple reason for this.
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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”.
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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.
Sarah Cordivano from Azavea has shared an interesting resource to anyone interested in a career in the GIS / Geotech industry. She touches on technologies one should consider learning, tips on how you can stand out, and important networking advice – nice stuff!
Redlands, California—June 15, 2015—To support Esri’s initiative to provide a free ArcGIS Online subscription to every K–12 school in the United States, the company has teamed with GISetc to produce the Earth Science GeoInquiry Collection.
GoGeomatics Canada, the premier communications and resource hub in the Canadian geospatial community, has just launched a career guide for international job seekers looking to move to Canada to work in GIS, remote sensing, surveying, geodesy, and geomatics engineering.
Washington, D.C. – March 13, 2015 – The Department of Commerce’s Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) released a new report today, entitled “The Importance of Data Occupations in the U.S. Economy,” that explores the importance of data jobs and their impact on the U.S. economy.
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