American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Special Libraries Association. Selected Positions of Information Professionals. The top careers and job opportunities of the next 10-25 years will be information intensive and require the ability to acquire and apply information and knowledge.
To better understand the role of traditional librarians, we recommend that you visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the Department of Labor. Students interested in becoming a librarian should visit the Librarians section or the section for Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians. Also see our annotated list of Selected Positions of Information Professionals Working in Libraries. For a look at what you can do with a degree in Information / Library Sciences, see our Employment Possiblilities page. The section on Emerging Careers bring to light newer types of positions, which are information focused but have not always been associated directly with librarianship.
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