Updated: Mar 29
In Geography we study a huge range of topics from physical to human geography but it is also a subject where students have to question.
How does that work? Why does that happen? What impact does it have? What can we do? In addition, students are taught mathematical and analytical skills.
The skills that are learnt are in huge demand by lots of employers, but if you are interested in a Geography related career, here's some that are perfect for people with Geography degrees.
10 Jobs directly related to your degree:
Geographical Information System Officer
Secondary School Teacher
7 Jobs where Geography degree would be useful:
Nature Conservation Officer
Political Risk Analyst
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Turns out, there’s quite a bit of gold on—or, really, in—our planet: 99 percent of the precious metal can be found in the Earth’s core, Discover Magazine reports. How much is there? Enough to coat the entire surface of the Earth in 1.5 feet of gold.
Fact: Sudan has more pyramids than any country in the world
Not only does Sudan have more pyramids than Egypt, but the numbers aren’t even close. While 138 pyramids have been discovered in Egypt, Sudan boasts around 255.
Fact: There are parts of Africa in all four hemispheres
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