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Jobs in archives or records management with a bachelors that is not in information science/library science? Likely or not?

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Answer #1 | 11/02 2017 04:58
Any clerical job. But to actually be a librarian or archivist, you'd have to have a master's.
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Answer #2 | 11/02 2017 05:52
If you have relevant experience and your degree is in something somewhat related you may be able to get work in the field. I'm a History graduate looking for archives and records management work with a few internships and a job in a small museum but I haven't had a lot of luck and several job looked at want an master's in library science or archiving certificate. I will apply for most that list History as a degree they're looking for though.
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Answer #3 | 11/02 2017 05:02
Yes it possible, if you majored in in some aspect of computer science or took enough courses where you created a digital database for some courses of as part of your master's thesis or or for an honors or senior thesis.. Sometimes you don't need a college degree, Certification is often enough to get that type of job.
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