Apart from the obvious Geography degree, it supports a wide range of other subjects including geology, medicine, sociology, politics and economics. A good Geography degree provides you with the skills to start a wide variety of jobs: from traditional geography based jobs like town planning to working in law, city, consultancy, charities, politics and more creative jobs such as marketing and PR.
Geographers are employed in a wide range of sectors, including the public sector, education, commerce, industry, transport and tourism. Geography provides excellent transferable skills, which also attract employers from the business, law and finance sectors.
- Local government
- Town planning
- Environmental consultancies
- Environmental protection agencies
- Environmental Education Officer
- Tourism Officer
- United Nations Ambassador
- Government Administrator
- Charity work