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- College grads flock to metro areas
From 2006-2011, the number of recent college graduates living in the 100 largest metro areas of the U.S. grew by more than 1.4 million. In addition to the large urban hubs that have traditionally attracted young graduates, some smaller metropolitan areas have also seen significant growth, reports a recent article in USA Today.
- Spotlight profile: University of Arizona School of Geography and Development alumni
This page features profiles of alumni from the University of Arizona's School of Geography and Development, and highlights some of the many exciting career trajectories you can follow as a student of geography.
- GeoPivot Magazine launches: Free online resource for GIS students, professionals, and job-seekers
GeoPivot Magazine is a newly launched online resource targeted toward members of the GIS community at all stages of their careers. However, the site's wealth of ideas, information, advice, and support should be relevant to geographers from a wide range of backgrounds and specializations.