Careers

Among the environmental and geosciences, geographers and geographic information scientists enjoy excellent and expanding job opportunities with competitive salaries and high levels of job satisfaction.

Launch Your STEM Career with GIS

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts 19% growth in GIS careers for geographers between 2016-2026.

 

Students who study geography, environmental science, and/or geographic information science and technology can tailor their flexible and elective-rich undergraduate or graduate degree programs to meet (and typically exceed) required qualifications for a variety of career objectives and job titles including:

 

Learn more about the diverse career opportunities and job titles in Geography and Geospatial Sciences from professional societies, international companies, and science advocacy groups: