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The Society’s Use geography webinars are now available to watch online, along with useful sector-specific resources to help students take the next step after graduation.
In each 45 minute session, a panel of geographers working within a particular sector explain how and why they pursued their chosen career, and share advice for starting in the sector. From careers in government and environmental consultancy to teaching and data science and many others, each recorded session is accompanied by advice, further reading and helpful links for exploring careers in each sector further.
The Use geography webinars are just one part of the range of career resources for geography students available on the Society’s website. From application and interview tips to advice on CPD opportunities – visit our career resources to help take the next step in your career with geography.
Use geography webinars.
See the whole range of our career resources.
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