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African and Afro-American Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations

Family Service Counselor
Employment Recruiter
Field Archaeologist
Immigration Inspector
Information Officer
Legislative Aide, Attorney, Paralegal, Judge
Marketing Researcher, Marketing Manager
Multicultural Program Leader
Peace Corps Volunteer
Probation Officer
Program Coordinator/Assistant
Public Relations Specialist
Research Associate
Translator
Writer, Editor
Academic Advisor/Counselor
Anthropologist
Archaeologist
Archivist
Art Conservator
Behavioral Science Advisor
Bilingual/Bicultural Program Specialist
Collections Manager
College Professor
Cultural Artifact Specialist
Employee Relations Specialist
Foreign Affairs Officer
Forensic Anthropologist
Foundation Program Manager
Genealogist
Program Director
Health Science Administrator
Human Resources Manager
Industrial Psychologist
International Agency Representative
Librarian
Linguist
Management Consultant
Media Planner
Medical Anthropologist
Multicultural Education Specialist / Director
Museum Education Director
Physician
Public Health Educator
State/Federal Government Policy Analyst
Teacher - ESL Analyst
Caseworker, Social Worker
Community Development Specialist
Curatorial Assistant
Ecotourism Director Ethnologist

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