What do you think i should be when i grow up?
i like history and i definitely want to work in a museum when i grow up and explain to people about history. but i don't want to be like a tour guide. what do you call that profession. historian? i'm not sure because i just looked historian up and i don't think thats right. i think its called a docent, not sure. but i want to have like a legit job involving history and be respected. can someone help me out? something like what diane kruger does in national treasure?
Asked By: katherine - 2/16/2010
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Docents are usually low-paid or volunteer tour guides. What you are looking for could be "curator", or it could be someone who specializes in a particular subject area. For example, there are biologists, historians, anthropologists, archaeologists and many other professionals working in museums. Check the Smithsonian... More
Answered By: Tom - 2/16/2010
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Be a taxi driver in a historic location.
Answered By: Patrick - 2/16/2010
First, Never use the word legit. Noone will hire you with using douchey words that everyone uses... More
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