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by Patrick Talbot

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Author:
Patrick Talbot
ISBN13:
978-0749430696
ISBN:
0749430699
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Publisher:
Kogan Page Ltd (January 30, 2000)
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Earth Sciences
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Careers Using Geography (Kogan Page Careers in.

Careers Using Geography (Kogan Page Careers in). by Patrick Talbot.

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The direction your career takes will depend on your interest in physical or human geography. A geography degree enables you to embark on a career in a range of fields, including those in the education, commerce, industry, transport, tourism and public sectors. You'll also have many transferable skills, attracting employers from the business, law and finance sectors. written and oral communications skills, including report writing and data presentation.

In the KOGAN PAGE CAREERS series, a book which offers advice, to those studying geography, on possible careers using the subject.

Careers, employability and transferable skills. Students often do not have firm career plans – and often little knowledge about Geography. However, in understanding and making sense of the world around them, students of both human and physical geography develop a range of key skills, including personal organization and communication, problem identification and evaluation, data collection, analysis and presentation, report production and presentation (written and oral), team-work, and computer literacy.

In the KOGAN PAGE CAREERS series, a book which offers advice, to those studying geography, on possible careers using the subject. It includes information on areas such as cartography, teaching, planning, the environment, travel and tourism.