Is there any better career option in “History”?

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I like to study history and I want to go with it after 12th so pls help me out.

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Posted by Puja
Asked on 2017-04-15 12:20 am
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Apart from becoming a school history teacher, historian or a history lecturer, you can look for a career in areas such as:
• accountancy
• journalism
• marketing
• law
• museum studies
A lot of history postgraduates continuously contribute to media- both newspapers and television. Even after their graduation in history, many of them go on to pursue MBA in marketing and sales or finance. A degree in law with a background in history sounds to be a rare combination.
You can also go for further research in your field and thus publish your own papers and journals. Even you can try for a career in politics or become an archivist.

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Posted by Gunjan (Questions: 0, Answers: 106)
Answered on 2017-04-16 11:11 pm
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A History degree prepares the student for a careers as an archivist or educator. To apply for a job as an archivist, a graduate has to decide if they want to work in a museum, government agency, corporation, or library and then tailor their education to that field. History education graduates can elect to teach at high schools, colleges or universities.
ARCHIVIST -help acquire, catalog and maintain historical documents and records intended for displaying or storing in a museum or other facilities.
MUSEUM CURATOR-You can also end up being a curator at any prestigious museum. This is because your comprehensive background when it comes to history is a great benefit to any museum.
RESEARCHER-Many history majors end up being a researcher either for private or public entities. You can also get to have your own research published if you are fortunate enough to produce your own work.
You can even become a teacher, lawyer, a member of any political staff, a biographer, journalist, genealogist, dramatic arts, investment analyst, and so much more.

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Posted by Sanjna (Questions: 3, Answers: 1)
Answered on 2017-04-15 11:04 am
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