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East Asian Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations


Investment Analyst
Journalist
Advertising Copywriter
Finance Director
Laboratory Technician
Air Traffic Assistant
Financial Planning Assoc
Lawyer
Archivist
Foreign Diplomat
Library Technician
Art Dealer
Foreign Correspondent
Linguist
Auditor
Foreign Exchange Trader
Media Specialist
Banking Correspondent
Foreign Service Officer
Bilingual Educator
Foreign Service Specialist
Museum Curator
Foreign Social Worker
Civil Service Employee
National Security Agent

Negotiator
Computer Systems Designer
Overseas Personnel Manager
Intelligence Researcher
Copywriter
Intelligence Specialist
International Banking Officer
Cultural Officer
International Conference Planner
Customs/Immigration Officer
International Consultant
Pharmacist
International Trade Economist
Translator
Public Health Administrator
Publishing Specialist
Travel Writer
Teacher
UNESCO Official
Radio/TV Announcer
Writer
TESO/ESL Teacher
Professor
Interpreter
Scientific Linguist



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

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