What can you do with a degree in Geography?
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the field of geospatial technologies is an emerging, high growth industry. Career opportunities include local, state and federal government agencies, as well as private sector jobs:
Site Selection Analyst
Real Estate Consultant
Travel and Tourism Planner
Cultural & Human Geography
Land Use Analyst
Housing Development Analyst
Peace Corps Volunteer
Foreign Service Officer
Environmental Impact Analyst
Emergency Management Specialist
Outdoor Recreation Management Specialist
Waste Management Specialist
National Park Ranger
Geographic Information System Specialist
Remote Sensing Analyst
For more information, check out the
Association of American Geographers Careers Website , Jobs and Careers in Geography or
CareerOneStop- GIS Technicians.
Even if you are not interested in majoring in geography, geospatial technology is a skill that you can use in your field of study. To explore how geosptial technologies are used in various industries, check out
Esri's Industry Website.