Technical and Soft Skills Expectations During the Transition from Recent Graduate to New Hire

Saturday, December 1, 2001

Employer-applicant skill compatibility represents a major component of the career development process, particularly for new entrants to the job market. Newly minted geoscientists largely bring a distinct set of skills learned during their formal education and training, which combined with a broader view of the person are evaluated for career potential in today's major employers.

Due Diligence for Students - Geoscience Skills and Demographic Data for Career Planning

Tuesday, May 1, 2001

A major focus of the American Geological Institute's Human Resources program has been providing demographic and employment data so that students and mentors can better understand the dynamics of a career in the geosciences. AGI has a long history of collecting these data for the geoscience community, including 46 years of geoscience enrollments, periodic comprehensive surveys of employment in the discipline, and working closely with other organizations that collect these data.


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