Finding Employment

Geography graduates are typically well prepared to find jobs across a wide range of fields, from environmental technology to planning to advocacy, education, and outreach. Click on the links below to connect to resources that will help you in the search for your next job.

Careers in Geography
Find out what types of career fields provide opportunities for geographers.

Tips for Looking for Work
Don't wait until you graduate. Think ahead to what you need to do to prepare and search for jobs in your chosen field.

Job Boards
In addition to the more 'generic' job search engines (e.g. or even Craigslist), these job boards tend to have a significant number of postings of interest to Geography graduates.

Eco Canada
Eco Canada is a federal agency that certifies environmental practitioners, and provides a wealth of useful information on employment in environmental fields--including most fields geographers and physical geographers will go into. They also maintain their own job board.

UFV Career Centre
Connect with the Career Centre for helps with your job search, resumes, interviews, and co-operative education resources.

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