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Latin American and Latino Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations

Bilingual Educator
Journalist
Investment Analyst
Consultant
Filmmaker
Library Technician
International Trade Specialist
Cultural Officer
Archivist
Importer/Exporter
Linguist
Art Dealer
Advertising Manager
Museum Curator
Politician

Paralegal, Attorney, Judge
Financial Planning Associate
Foreign Correspondent Negotiator
Hotel Administrator
Court Interpreter
Radio/TV Announcer
Travel Agent
Customs /Immigration Officer
Translator
International Trade Economist
Copywriter
Travel Writer
Overseas Personnel Manager
Media Specialist
Communications Associate


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