Career as a Geographer
Geographers may specialise in a variety of fields, but the majority of those employed in this profession are either physical or human geographers. A physical geographer investigates the geographical attributes of a zone, while a human geographer explores the impact of human operations on an environment, such as commercial development, demographic effects, and political organisations. The national government employs more than 50 percent of all geographers. The majority work with other companies, such as architecture and development firms, as well as local authorities. During standard operating periods, they generally work a full time job.