For those who are entering the geospatial mapping industry or are soon-to-be graduates looking for GIS technician jobs, it’s helpful to have some hard facts about the industry at your disposal. Having an idea of the job demand and salary levels will help enable you to find the best entry-level job and set achievable goals for your future.
GeoSearch Inc. is one of the leading geospatial staffing agencies and we’ve learned a lot over the years about connecting employees and job seekers with opportunities. Below you’ll find some detailed information about what to expect in your career as a GIS technician.
Land surveying is one of today’s fastest growing industries. Many people are choosing to jumpstart their career in the geospatial mapping sector by becoming land surveyors. But if you don’t know much about job requirements, you might still be on the fence about signing on for the proper training. So how do you determine whether a land surveyor job is right for you?
GeoSearch, Inc. has helped hundreds of new recruits find a comfortable place in the industry as land surveyors and they’ve shared some insight with you here.
Are you unsure about what industry to join after completing your education or job training? Perhaps you are looking for a career change and have heard positive things about the geospatial field. As one of today’s fastest growing job sectors, GeoSearch Inc. has helped hundreds embark upon an exciting new path with a GIS career.
Here you’ll find some of the things that make a GIS career so attractive.
Are you in an entry-level GIS job and see yourself in a management position someday? You might be wondering what you need to do to prepare for that opportunity. How do you make the shift from your current GIS job to GIS manager? What does managing a GIS team entail? As one of the GIS sector’s most highly-sought staffing agencies, GeoSearch has helped hundreds find their niche in the geospatial industry and we want to share our insights with you.
If you are interested in becoming a GIS manager, keep reading to learn what it’s like to manage a GIS team.