Just finished my bachelors in History. I want to pursue a museum curator job, but most job listings descriptions say 4 year degree with experience ( which I don't have) or Masters/PhD will train. Well now thats confusing? Which do I pursue first...the experience or more education? Am I looking at the wrong website listings? Anyone have any other job listings I should start looking at like any lower level jobs and work my way up. confused and need to know what my next step should be.
I am really interested in ancient civilizations and cultures. I was thinking of something related to an archivist or a museum curator. what are some jobs that are like this and what should i major in for this.
What kind of jobs are offered, and what level of education will they be looking for, for the various jobs?
I'm really interested in astronomy and physics and I want to be astrophysicist when I get out of high-school. What are some jobs I could have as an astrophysicist and what kind of salary would I be getting? Also, what colleges would be good for this line of work and what should I go to college for exactly?
My wife is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Mi with a degree in Anthropology. We are currently looking for jobs that are in her field but we don't know where to start. A job in Michigan would be nice, maybe in a museum, but if not than any and all options are welcome for us to look through. Thanks.
I am very intrested in anthropology/archelogy and I want to work in the field. What jobs could I get in this field? I'm really intrested in working in a labratory, arounf the world, or in a museum. I'm also studying Japanese. Will that help me at all?
What types of jobs can I get with a major in Religions and a minor in Business. I really enjoy learning about religions, and I'm not crazy about business but I think it will open new doors. I'm open to recommendations for alternative minors, but I'm pretty sure about the major. I do not want to teach (at least not traditionally). Any ideas or examples of what people have done are appreciated, thank you!
I'm planning on majoring in college and I wanted to know the type of jobs that I could get. My studies would be of all religions. Is there even a possiblility of traveling worldwide with a degree in religious studies, considering that is one of my dreams.
I love to travel and learn new cultures. I like helping people and one day I want to join the Peace Corps. Someone recomended I get a degree in Anthropology. I just don't know what type of jobs I can get with this degree... ?
I'm majoring in History, and minoring in Art, and I thought an Art Museum Curator might be a good job, but I'm wondering what other jobs I could be able to apply for. Any ideas?
I'm fine with anything except a job as a teacher. I will be going to college next year and I have always wanted to major in world history but I am not familiar with all of the possible career options.
I LOVE HISTORY! I barley passed all my other classes, but I got student of the year in history. I love it so much.
I want to be an archeologist. What other jobs could i have involving history?
I know someone that wants to work, has no experience, and suffers anxiety and social phobia. What type of jobs have the least human interaction? Also, the job has to be light work, no lifting. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
I'm planning on becoming a museum curator, but not in an art museum. In a history or science museum. I just don't know what to major in.
I really want to work in the field of history. I live in England and love old English history (:
I don't want to be a teacher of any sort.
What other jobs are there that involve history?
I though maybe a researcher of some kind, for films, programmes, books?
I don't know lol...
Help? Opinions? (:
And yes, I know that it's up to me what job I choose, my point is I'm not sure what jobs there are.
I plan to go to grad school and get my master's after college. What kind of jobs do you think I could get? And I don't want to teach.
I know its somewhat of a broad question but basically I really like History, my favorite is history from Europe and Asia, etc, i really enjoy the illiad and stuff like that. Is there a "History" Major in college? Or is there a major similiar to it? Also what type of jobs could I get with this type of degree (Looking for BA) Would prefer not to be a teacher.
I'm a high school student and I've always been interested in art ever since i was young. I paint and draw and i've sold a decent amount of my work and had a painting displayed in a museum but i dont want to rely on this hobby as a career.
What are some decent jobs today that involve art, creativity, art history, basically anything that will let me express my creativity?
Also, as i said, i'm still in high school so what courses should i invest in now and in college??
I'm not even sure what jobs are out there, I just know that I love history and I want to be able to work with it hands on. Maybe restoring or protecting objects in a museum or historical research library. I especially love antique documents, and I currently work in a public library. Help please?
Oh duh, I do mean BS degree.
I live in Tulsa, OK and have 5 children with 2 jobs, and also going to school. I don't have time nor money to travel to go to a course in Virginia or Connecticut. Any info will be greatly appreciated. Only serious answers please.
Not purchasing rare books online. I want to become a rare book curator and was wondering if there were any ways to do it online.