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African and Afro-American Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations
|Family Service Counselor
Legislative Aide, Attorney, Paralegal, Judge
Marketing Researcher, Marketing Manager
Multicultural Program Leader
Peace Corps Volunteer
Public Relations Specialist
Behavioral Science Advisor
Bilingual/Bicultural Program Specialist
Cultural Artifact Specialist
Employee Relations Specialist
|Foreign Affairs Officer
Foundation Program Manager
Health Science Administrator
Human Resources Manager
International Agency Representative
Multicultural Education Specialist / Director
Museum Education Director
Public Health Educator
State/Federal Government Policy Analyst
Teacher - ESL Analyst
Caseworker, Social Worker
Community Development Specialist
Ecotourism Director Ethnologist