Careers for Art History majors

The most common careers people pursue after attaining a Art History degree.

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Based on independent research and Sokanu's database of users, we have aggregated the top careers that people pursue after attaining a Art History degree. Below you can browse our list of careers for Art History majors. If you are curious about your fit with any of these careers, you can take our career test.

1. Curator

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Curator

Your Match?

Are you a lover of history?

2. Operations Manager

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Operations Manager

Your Match?

An operations manager has a niche in companies that offer products and services, and is responsible for the aspects of operations and production within a company.

3. Editor

Editor Editor

Editor

Your Match?

An editor is a critical reader and a lover of words, whose job is to polish and refine a story or an article.

4. Event Planner

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Event Planner

Your Match?

Do you love organizing events and parties for your family and friends?

5. Producer

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Producer

Your Match?

The question, What is a Producer?, is not an easy one to answer; primarily, because the term ‘producer’ is rather vague and confusing and it covers a particularly wide range of roles.

6. Office Manager

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Office Manager

Your Match?

An office manager is someone who is responsible for organizing all of the administrative activities that facilitate the smooth running of an office.

7. Teacher

Teacher Teacher

Teacher

Your Match?

School is not only a place of academic learning, but of social learning as well.

8. Bartender

Bartender Bartender

Bartender

Your Match?

What do a Moscow Mule, Aperol Spritz, Manhattan, Daiquiri, and Whiskey Sour have in common?