7 edition of Great Jobs for History Majors (Great Jobs Series) found in the catalog.
September 30, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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According to statistics from the National Center for Education Statistics, there w history majors in Fast forward to , the count Author: Jason Daley. Because of the valuable training in critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills History majors gain through your education, a great many of our graduates find employment in a range of non-historical business careers in book publishing, newspaper editing, technical writing, journalism (as both foreign and domestic correspondents.
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Great Jobs for History Majors will help you choose the right career out of the myriad possibilities at your disposal. It provides detailed profiles of careers in your field along with the basic skills necessary to begin a focused job search. You'll soon be on the fast track to landing a job that satisfies your personal, professional, and /5(6).
The overall argument of this book is that new undergraduate history majors have many potential career paths. It is this reader's opinion, however, that there are few jobs Lambert and DeGalan mention that necessitate an undergraduate history degree, especially given the trend towards greater postsecondary education/5.
Personally, this book was a great help to me. Although the strategies suggested for resume and cover letter writing (getting an interview and job) are nothing new, the second half of the book in which the authors describe five different career tracks are excellent 4/5(1).
I’ve collected 23 of the best jobs for History majors—jobs in that pay well, complement the skills taught in History departments and have long-term growth. Despite the lies you’ve been told from the annoying Engineering major or clueless Business major, History majors end up.
Get this from a library. Great jobs for history majors. [Julie DeGalan; Stephen E Lambert] -- A guide to the job hunting process offers advice on resumes and interviews while discussing such history-related career paths as museum educator, archivist, curator, information specialist.
Get this from a library. Great jobs for history majors. [Stephen E Lambert; Julie DeGalan] -- Offers advice on the job search process and suggests five career paths related to the field of history. Great Jobs for Engineering Majors will help you choose the right career out of the myriad possibilities at your disposal.
It provides detailed profiles of Great Jobs for History Majors book in your field along with the basic skills necessary to begin a focused job search. The Great Jobs series helps students: Assess talents and skills for a job Explore a wide range of career options Target the perfect career Present college majors as workplace assets Perfect their GREAT JOBS SERIES ANSWERS THE QUESTION "WHAT CAN I DO WITH A MAJOR IN/5.
Jobs for History Majors With Bachelor's Degrees or Higher. Although many entry-level jobs for history majors are available, the reality is that some of the best jobs will require a graduate degree. In fact, many people like you choose to acquire a graduate degree in a supporting field like law, business, geography, or library science.
A person who loves history a lot will get several entry-level jobs, but to get into sectors like law, business, geography, library science one need to have a bachelor’s degree. The degree would act as extra support to acquire a job.
The list of jobs mentioned below will perfectly fit for candidates who are interested in the history subject or. Maybe you love literature or hope to write the next great American novel and have chosen (or are thinking of choosing) English as your major.
You, and perhaps your parents, are probably wondering just what your career options are as an English major. There is a myriad of possibilities, just ask your college career or alumni office for a list of Author: Mike Profita.
I read a book the other day, Great Jobs for History Majors / by: Stephen Lambert (who is the director of career services at Plymouth State College) and Julie DeGalan (was an administrator and career counselor at Plymouth State College. She is currently a project leader for a company that provides data for geographic information systems.).
Great Jobs for History Majors helps students explore career options within their field of study. Every aspect of the job-search process is covered, including assessing talents and skills, exploring options, making a smooth transition from college to career, conducting an.
Great list of jobs. I'm with you on the serial comma. I'm sure you'd like to know that the Newbery Medal is named after the Britsh printer John Newbery, which is the reason it only has one 'r'.
(Great Jobs For Series series) by Jan Goldberg. Every college major gives students valuable skills and training, perfect for a wide range of careers. The Great Jobs for Theater Majors helps you assess your talents and skills for a job, target the perfect career, tailor your job search, present college majors as workplace assets, and.
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Great jobs for film majors by Sandra R. Gordon,VGM Career Books edition, in EnglishPages: Like most liberal arts majors, a history major doesn’t necessarily have a linear, direct path to a career. Oh sure, some people teach history, and there are history-related jobs like museum or.
Earning a bachelor's degree in history will provide a lot of career addition to gaining in-depth knowledge about the past, you will acquire the soft skills that many employers value. They include writing, critical thinking, and organizational skills.
All are useful regardless of your aspirations, but these attributes are essential in many occupations. Also, these jobs are not just for English majors–Ph.D.’s in social sciences, history majors, and basically any humanities degree has a shot at these jobs.
It’s a big list. Enjoy. Also, if you have a career to add or some advice for breaking into any of these industries, please leave. History majors seem to fare well on the test too, according to an analysis of data by Pepperdine University School of Law professor Derek T.
Muller. His review of average LSAT results found history majors scored an average ofgood enough to place them 12 th out of the 46 majors reviewed.
History was also the sixth most popular major. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Great Jobs for Art Majors by Blythe Camenson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Blythe Camenson.great jobs series answers the question "what can i do with a major in.
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