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Early Careers Network

Earlier this year we conducted an Early Careers Network Survey and are delighted to report that we had an impressive response. We’ve seen some really interesting results, so if you want to learn more then do please read on..

To recap: AGI is working with colleagues in the GI industry to gain greater recognition for geography as a profession. As part of this activity and in collaboration with industry sponsors, academic institutions offering GI courses and organisations such as Royal Geographic Society and Royal Scottish Geographic Society, we are seeking to align our activities and to provide greater support, training and resources to Early Career Professionals.

The Early Careers Network team put together a short survey recently to better understand the needs and challenges of Early Career Professionals, as well as to get your views on what you want to see from the scheme.

AGI is working with colleagues in the GI industry to gain greater recognition for geography as a profession. As part of this activity and in collaboration with industry sponsors, academic institutions offering GI courses and organisations such as Royal Geographic Society and Royal Scottish Geographic Society, we are seeking to align our activities and to provide greater support, training and resources to Early Career Professionals.

The Early Careers Network team has put together a short survey to better understand the needs and challenges of Early Career Professionals, as well as to get your views on what you want to see from the scheme. We'll then use the findings of the survey to help shape future events.

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/731-how-can-we-help-you-develop-your-career-in-gi-tell-us#sthash.xzGvm1hl.dpuf

AGI is working with colleagues in the GI industry to gain greater recognition for geography as a profession. As part of this activity and in collaboration with industry sponsors, academic institutions offering GI courses and organisations such as Royal Geographic Society and Royal Scottish Geographic Society, we are seeking to align our activities and to provide greater support, training and resources to Early Career Professionals.

The Early Careers Network team has put together a short survey to better understand the needs and challenges of Early Career Professionals, as well as to get your views on what you want to see from the scheme. We'll then use the findings of the survey to help shape future events.

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/731-how-can-we-help-you-develop-your-career-in-gi-tell-us#sthash.xzGvm1hl.dpuf

AGI is working with colleagues in the GI industry to gain greater recognition for geography as a profession. As part of this activity and in collaboration with industry sponsors, academic institutions offering GI courses and organisations such as Royal Geographic Society and Royal Scottish Geographic Society, we are seeking to align our activities and to provide greater support, training and resources to Early Career Professionals.

The Early Careers Network team has put together a short survey to better understand the needs and challenges of Early Career Professionals, as well as to get your views on what you want to see from the scheme. We'll then use the findings of the survey to help shape future events.

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/731-how-can-we-help-you-develop-your-career-in-gi-tell-us#sthash.xzGvm1hl.dpuf

AGI is working with colleagues in the GI industry to gain greater recognition for geography as a profession. As part of this activity and in collaboration with industry sponsors, academic institutions offering GI courses and organisations such as Royal Geographic Society and Royal Scottish Geographic Society, we are seeking to align our activities and to provide greater support, training and resources to Early Career Professionals.

The Early Careers Network team has put together a short survey to better understand the needs and challenges of Early Career Professionals, as well as to get your views on what you want to see from the scheme. We'll then use the findings of the survey to help shape future events.

- See more at: http://www.agi.org.uk/news/agi/731-how-can-we-help-you-develop-your-career-in-gi-tell-us#sthash.xzGvm1hl.dpuf

The infographic below provides an overview of the key findings of the survey, and we're grateful to Tim Newman at OS for working his magic to create this for us. There are some very interesting stats here which are useful to know, and which will help us to shape future ECN webinars and events.

We're always happy to hear from you, so if you have any comments about these survey results or have any suggestions for future topics or events, please do contact us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you'd like any further information about the Early Careers Network group, you'll find it here.

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