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Hiring And Being Hired For Geospatial Jobs

Hiring And Being Hired For Geospatial Jobs

by Daniel ODonohue 6 min read

Crafting a quality application for a job you really want takes time, so you do not want to spread yourself too thin. When constructing your CV, it is important to keep your audience in mind. Realistically, the first set of eyes will likely be a computer algorithm, scraping the submitted CVs for certain keywords.

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First job in GIS geospatial , early stage GIS geospatial professional

Being an Early Stage GIS Professional

by Daniel ODonohue 6 min read

GIS is a wonderfully flexible field in that it encompasses applications in many other fields. For those that wish to get their foot in the door, it is invaluable to begin preparing early.
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From GIS Analyst to Software Engineer, programming for GIS analysts

From GIS Analyst to Software Engineer

by Daniel ODonohue 17 min read

I liked the geospatial component of things. I enjoyed solving a problem and then seeing the result. It wasn’t just a Microsoft Excel model or some database table. It was something I could visualize in GIS software. If there had been a path to becoming a more in-depth GIS analyst at this company, I might have stayed on it.

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