Top careers for liberal arts graduates.

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Published by : Checkmark Books/an imprint of Facts On File, (New York :) Physical details: 378 p. ; 24 cm. Subject(s): Vocational guidance --United States. | Occupations --United States. | College graduates --Employment --United States. | Kunstonderwijs. | Studenten. | Loopbaanplanning. | 7.150. | Education, Humanistic --United States. Year : 2004
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Why do you need a college degree? -- Meet the liberal arts major -- Your high school years -- Making the most of your experience as a liberal arts major -- Taking your liberal arts degree to work -- Advertising account executives -- Anthropologists -- Archaeologists -- Archivists -- Art directors -- Book editors -- Business managers -- Congressional aides -- Cultural advisers -- Economists -- English as a second language (ESL) teachers -- Federal and state officials -- Foreign correspondents -- Foreign service officers -- Genealogists -- Interpreters and translators -- Liberal arts teachers -- Linguists -- Literary agents -- Lobbyists -- Magazine editors -- Museum directors and curators -- Newspaper editors -- Painters and sculptors -- Parole officers -- Political scientists -- Public opinion researchers -- Regional and local officials -- Research assistants -- Science and medical writers -- Screenwriters -- Sociologists --Technical writers and editors -- Urban and regional planners -- Writers.

This book helps dispel the notion that a liberal arts education (English, history, sociology, and fine arts) will limit a person's job and career prospects. This book enables the reader to explore all aspects of the liberal arts experience to use as an advantage in pursuing a job and/or career.

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