When writing a resume and/or a job description, geospatial terms are often interchanged. Below are the basics in how to utilize this terminology to attract the right candidates to your job postings or employers to your resume.
Below are excerpts from an article from 2014 written by Caitlin Dempsey Morais. She has been the editor of GIS Lounge since 2001.
The terms GIS (which most commonly is an acronym for Geographic Information Systems) and geospatial are often used interchangeably. There are differences in what the terms GIS and geospatial mean.
Discussing your potential salary can be one of the most unnerving moments of your job interview. While it may not be the most desirable portion of the interview, it is inevitable. The hiring manager will ask you about your current or past salaries and what you expect to be paid if you are hired with their company. Ideally we would all love to be offered a salary well and beyond what our previous job paid us. More importantly, we would want that salary to portray our growth from past experiences and our overall worth. Many job seekers worry they will disqualify themselves based on information they give the hiring manager about past salaries.