2. Inquisitiveness and critical reasoning
It is good to be prompt and proficient in solving tasks given to you by your employer, it is, however, genius to be naturally curious, critical in thinking, analytical and logical in reasoning. Geographers obtain data from different sources such as the field, maps, population census and photographs, hence should be able to proffer quick and accurate analysis of these data in other to produce reliable results. Inquisitiveness drive professionals to find a new niche in the space they occupy, as well as create means of filling this niche.