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Is GIS a Profession?

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Tuesday, June 24th 2014


The latest iteration of the URISA Salary Survey prompts us to ask about the state of GIS profession. What evidence is there that there is such a profession? That there should be one?

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Show Notes

Strengthening the GIS Profession | ArcNews
Geography Jobs - City of San Diego Assistant Planner
GIS Analyst - City of Irvine, CA
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
URISA 2014 Salary Survey Data Collection Opens - Directions Magazine
High Growth Industry Profile - Geospatial Technology
Profession - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
COGO Member Organizations


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