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Near Eastern and Judaic Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations


Advertising Account Executive
Employee Relations Specialist
Market Research Specialist
Archivist
Foreign Service Officer
Museum Curator
Attorney
Foreign Student Advisor
Non-profit Administrator
Business Manager
Peace Corps Worker
CIA/FBI Agent
Politician
Community Affairs Specialist
Historic Site Administrator
Professor/Educator
Consultant
Import/Export Specialist
Public Administrator
Consumer Advocate
International Banker
Public Information Officer
Copywriter
International Consultant
Public Policy Specialist
Journalist
Public Relations Specialist
Counselor
International Trade Specialist
Publications Specialist
Cultural Affairs Officer
Interpreter
Translator
Travel Consultant


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

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