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Classical Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations


Advertising Account Executive
Linguist
Columnist/Reporter
Speech Pathologist
Attorney
Museum Curator
Social Worker
Market Research Specialist
Public Health Administrator
Higher Education Administrator
Public Relations Specialist
Freelance Writer
Film Editor
Legislative Assistant
Foreign Student Advisor
International Conference Planner
Intelligence Researcher
Historian
Health Care Provider
Foreign Exchange Trader
CIA/FBI Agent
Bilingual Educator
Copy Editor
Diplomat
Foreign Student Adviser
Foreign Service Peacekeeper
Anthropologist
Customs Inspector
Market Research Specialist
Travel Agent
Publicist
Archaeologist
Cultural Officer
Labor Relations Manager
Information Specialist
Multilingual Port Receptionist
Professor
Peace Corps/VISTA Worker

1 Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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