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Geographers specialize in the study of the earth. They use satellite imagery, maps, field observations and photographs to gather geographic data, which is then used to create and modify maps and graphs. This is used to They are mostly employed by the federal, state or local government, technical, engineering or scientific consulting services and educational institutions.
While a bachelor's degree is sufficient for entry-level positions, most employers will only consider applicants with a master's degree in geography or geographic information systems. It takes strong analytical, critical-thinking, precision and computer skills to be successful in this field. Doing an internship will help you understand exactly the duties of a geographer. It will also give you the work experience the most employers look for before they will consider hiring anyone for this position.
Be prepared to highlight your knowledge and work experience at your interview. Make sure your replies demonstrate your passion for this type of work. Before going for the interview, think about how you are going to answer questions that interviewers typically ask at interviews for geographers. You can see some of the more commonly asked interview questions at Mock Questions.