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07/15/09 05:40 PM
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I would see if your local college/university/community college is offering any classes in GIS. A lot of them do nowadays and many have majors or its now part of their Geography major. (As in my case) Also, ESRI courses are also a good place to start. You can take them online or see if there's someone in your area teaching them in person. Check out their courses here:

Just being proficient in ArcMap/ArcCatalog and so on is really good, but if you want to get into the programing side with VBA or python people are always looking for those kinds of skills.

Good Luck!

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