Pathways to Geospatial Careers

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Are you are a problem solver who loves challenging projects? Do you have a passion for maths, geography, STEM, visual art and design, and technology? A career in geospatial science could be perfect for you. Find out everything you need to know about geospatial careers, from key industry areas to study pathways, in the Pathways to Geospatial Careers Guide – a collaborative effort between Study Work Grow and She Maps.

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Geospatial science is a multidisciplinary field. Essentially, it’s all about the study of data collected about the Earth’s surface.

The sky literally is the limit in this industry – you could be working in the most remote corners of the planet, mapping Antarctic ice or the depths of the ocean, or you could find yourself working in the space industry exploring the Earth from outside the atmosphere.

We’ve worked with industry superstars from She Maps to provide you with everything you need to know about geospatial careers. In this digital PDF guide, you’ll find:

  • What the geospatial industry is
  • Terms you need to know
  • Key areas of geospatial science
  • What it’s like to be a geospatial professional
  • Key tasks
  • Strengths and skills
  • Pathways to geospatial science
  • Key areas in this industry
  • Your study options
  • Other career pathways to consider

If you want to protect our homes against natural disasters, work with cutting-edge technology (including AI, drones, and robotics), help conserve endangered habitats, or develop the towns and cities we live in, download your free copy of the Pathways in Geospatial Careers Guide today.

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