Geography courses

Geography courses deals withe study of the earth and other heavenly bodies, for free learning, why not visit:

The Trends and Problems Associated with Demography in the Modern World: Prof. David Coleman of the Dept. of Social Policy, University of Oxford gives free talks in a series of lectures and topics about the demographic trends in the modern world.

Introduction to Demographic Methods Course: At the end of the course, students will have knowledge on how data on life, death, marriage, and divorce and census information is gathered and analyzes. Study materials include lectures, notes and audio accompaniments.

Population Geography and Demography Course: The aim of the course is equipping students with the study of spatial variations in distribution, Density, composition and growth of human numbers on earth and the population characteristics and it is offered online.

Interesting facts about geography courses

  • As for U.S.A, the pay scale for geographers is around $38,975 – $ 88,049 on a monthly basis. In the same continent, when we move to the city of New York, those having high proficiency in geography earns up to $ 75,220 every month.
  • In London, the salary ranges between $95,220 per month, for fully qualified geographers. This is slightly higher from what one can get while working in the U.S.A
  • For those willing to work in Brazil, the monthly income is R$6,403/mo., do the conversion and find out the weather it suits your needs.
  • In May 2010, the median annual wage of geographers was $72,800.
  • As of 2011, about 1,430 geographers were employed in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The average hourly wage for geographers was $35.66, and the average annual salary was $74,170.
  • Half of all geographers reported annual incomes of between $57,430 and $89,840 a year, while the highest-paid 10 percent made $104,000 a year or more.