This isn't really science, or maybe kind of on the fringes of it, but recently I've been looking into GIS as a career and was wondering if anyone knows anything about it. I only recently started researching it so I'm still not very familiar with what kind of work a geographer could expect to do with GIS. Everywhere I look online seems to say that job opportunities are good right now and that growth is expected in the near future, but I'm still getting a feel for what these jobs are like. Also, what skills would help with this field? I've read in a few places that coding (Python especially) is a highly marketable skill in GIS right now, but other than that it sounds like most of it is done on a handful of software packages, like ArcGIS or QGIS, that are used mostly to generate maps. Is that all there is to it, or is GIS broader than that? Thanks for any insights!