Links to GGE Careers
Here are a few links to the possible careers and explanation of those careers in Geography, Geology, and Environmental Studies and Science. SRU's Career Services has a resource that supplies a general description of a degree program, a list of possible career paths, and skills and specific to the program.
Geospatial Technology: The Land of Milk and Honey
New! The US News and World Report includes urban regional planners among its 30 Best Careers of 2009.
A multi-faceted job for a multi-talented person includes an overview of field, a "day in the life," salary data and so on.
GeospatialCareers.net is for students and others interested in learning about careers in geospatial technologies.
A 17-page survey of jobs in geography from the US Department of Labor
The Association of American Geographers List of possible jobs for Geographers, on-line job search tools, etc.
Portland State University Career Center Links to career resources
Here are two GIS job sites: GISjobs.com and GeoSearch
Colorado University Resources for Geographers Resources and links for geographers
American Geological Institute: a federation of earth science associations with all sorts of information, including this guide to the Geoscience Workforce
GSU Employment in Geology Georgia State University's explanation of career opportunities in Geosciences, links to agencies
The Geological Society of America: a scientific society that includes a careers section
Environmental Science and Studies
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville answers the question "what can I do with this degree?"
Environmental Jobs & Careers Directory of environmental jobs
Student Conservation Association Its mission is to engage young people in hands-on service to the land
Careers in Environmental Science and Policy Listed Careers and links to career opportunities
Environmental Jobs and Careers Contains environmental job postings and career information
New! Careers in Environmental Services: Some Observations by Jim Hathaway