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Job Hunting & Careers
  • Author:
    B. Camenson
  • ISBN:
    1417762462
  • ISBN13:
    978-1417762460
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    San Val; Revised edition (October 2006)
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    Job Hunting & Careers
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Opportunities in Museums Careers. Opportunities in Series MOST COMPREHENSIVE SERIES. With over 150 titles, students can explore virtually any job opportunity to their heart's content. full career description. overview of the job market. Provides information on educational requirements, salary opportunities, career advancement, and the employment outlook. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES.

Career opportunities in the Museum are as varied as the civilizations represented in The Met collection, and .

Career opportunities in the Museum are as varied as the civilizations represented in The Met collection, and require all levels of training, experience, and education. The Museum's renowned curatorial, conservation, and education departments, as well as the libraries, provide the opportunity to work with leading scholars and art historians. For individuals with great customer-service skills and a desire to work with Museum visitors and guests, opportunities may exist in the special events, concerts and lectures, visitor services, security, and retail departments.

VGM's Opportunities i. .series of more than 100 career-specific titles is an invaluable resource for those who want to find out all they can about the professions that interest them

VGM's Opportunities i.series of more than 100 career-specific titles is an invaluable resource for those who want to find out all they can about the professions that interest them. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Book Format: Choose an option.

Training and educational requirements for each career. Salary statistics for different positions within each field. Up-to-date professional and internet resources.

Opportunities in museum careers Author: Camenson, Blythe. Internship and Volunteer Opportunities. for People Who Love All Things Digital. A Foot in the Door Series. Publication: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2007.

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Cemav
I was a history major, wanting to go into the museum studies field. This book lists many different types of jobs and responsibilities in the museum world. Anyone with a history degree or art degree could use this book. Unfortunately it's very hard to get into the business without at least a master's degree. Plus museums are not wealthy, except for maybe the Smithsonian, and people who have those jobs never seem to retire. Plus, museums can get all the help they need with volunteers so rarely hire anyone.
Marelyne
This book lends to easy reading and can be finished quite quickly. The world of information it includes is priceless. The book includes titles of must have museum career guides and addresses on how to obtain them. The personal stories from the professionals were a great way to learn more about daily job activities, pitfalls, and salaries. I just wish the personal stories would have been more varied so to included entry level positions and specializations. I also wish the author would have gone deeper into the future outlook of museum careers. This book is a must have for those interested in museum careers