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Comparative Literature: Sample of Possible Occupations


Attorney
Book Editor
Book Store Manager
College Professor
Columnist
Communications Manager
Copywriter
Creative Writer
Critic
Director
Editor
Editorial Assistant
Educational Program Specialist
ESL Teacher
Freelance Writer
Fundraiser
Human Resource Specialist
Interpreter/Translator
Investment Counselor/Manager
Journalist
Labor Relations Specialist
Lawyer
Librarian
Linguist
Literary Agent
Lobbyist
Magazine Writer
Manuscript Reader
Media Planner
Narrator
Newspaper Editor
Novelist
Paralegal
Playwright
Proofreader
Prose Writer
Public Relations Specialist
Public Speaker
Publisher
Reporter
Speech Writer
Story Editor
Teacher
Writer

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

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