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Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations


Anthropologist
FBI/CIA Agent
Journalist
Archeologist
Foreign News Correspondent
Lawyer
Archivist Foreign
Service Officer
Lecturer
Biographer
Genealogist
Legal Assistant/Paralegal
Government Official
Librarian
Community Relations Director
Historian
Lobbyist
Congressional Aide
Historic Preservationist
Market Research Analyst
Historic Site Tour Guide
Media Consultant
Criminologist
Indicter
Editor
International Relations
Political Scientist
Teacher
Urban Administrator
Public Relations Specialist
Technical Writer
Urban Planner
Research Assistant
Travel Agent Writer/Author
Sociologist
Economist



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

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