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What kind of job can you get with a history degree?

Mindee Nelson

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Melissa Norris on April 10, 2018

I am a history major, so I researched it a bit. If you want to teach at the university level or work in a museum, basically, if you really want to use the history of ththat you learned in school, most jobs require a master's degree and some require a Doctorate. If you want to be a history teacher in a 4 year university or college, you definitely need to go to graduate school. If you want to teach at the high school level, bachelor's degree, probably, it might work. Most of my high-school teachers do not have their master's degrees. In terms of other jobs, which really are not limited by your degree because your degree is not in something that is not necessarily job specific. Look under Related Links for articles about job possibilities for history majors and history graduates.

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