Jobs for geospatial professions set to grow during the next 10 years

03/6/2012 | Directions Magazine

The demand for geospatial technology professionals means two-year colleges must implement new curricula to keep up. The GeoTech Center has developed a Geospatial Technology Competency Model to help colleges train people for the 330,000 geospatial jobs the U.S. Department of Labor expects the market to generate in the next 10 years.

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