Most historians outside of academia work for local and state governments or for the federal government. They also are employed by research institutions and consulting firms that offer historical research services to clients.
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The job of a real estate broker or sales agent is to help clients buy, sell and rent properties. Both positions perform similar work, although brokers are licensed to manage their own real estate businesses. A sales agent must work with a real estate broker.
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Interpreters and translators bridge the language gap between individuals and groups. They communicate words and ideas so that people of different languages and cultures can understand each other. Click "play" to watch interpreters and translators career
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Tire Repairers and Changers perform routine and emergency tire repair and changing services for vehicles that run on rubber tires.
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Tile and marble setters professionally lay marble and tile on floors, walls, ceilings, countertops, patios and roof areas of homes and business establishments.
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Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs assist others with safe personal road travel from one destination to another when other forms of transportation are inconvenient or not available.
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Subway and Streetcar Operators operate trains and subways that do not have a separate locomotive car. They transport passengers and may also handle fares.
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Explore Liberal Arts Careers
Rather than train you in a specific profession, a liberal arts education teaches you how to think critically and introduces you to art, culture and history from across the world. A liberal arts degree can lead you to a career in communications, design, entertainment, teaching or many other fields. For example, popular English major careers include copywriting, technical writing and journalism. Music education careers can be a great choice if you have a passion for music. A liberal arts bachelor's degree is generally required to land entry-level jobs, while a graduate degree is necessary if you want to teach a liberal arts subject at the university level.