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What career involves traveling and studying cultures

Surfthewave4Surfthewave4 Posts: 53Registered User Junior Member
edited August 2010 in Business Major
Basically traveling, living abroad and having to use your mind [intelligence] is career I am searching for.
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Replies to: What career involves traveling and studying cultures

  • taxguytaxguy Posts: 6,494Registered User Senior Member
    How about working for the State Department?
  • JuggernautCos0JuggernautCos0 Posts: 163Registered User Junior Member
    Applying to the State Department is like applying to college.

    International Consulting maybe.
  • kelliankellian Posts: 289Registered User Junior Member
    I'm curious about this as well. Bump!
  • kelliankellian Posts: 289Registered User Junior Member
    bump .
  • sp1212sp1212 Posts: 795Registered User Member
    Photography.
    Journalism.
  • sopranomom92sopranomom92 Posts: 1,333Registered User Senior Member
    Assuming you have a knack for languages, become an interpreter. Learn 2-3 or more languages well, go to translator's school for graduate school. Monterrey, CA comes to mind. The state department will pay for it for certain languages.
  • ponornicaponornica Posts: 53Registered User Junior Member
    Major in anthropology, archaeology, learn several living languages, apply for interships abroad, look at teaching English post BA employment, various volunteer programs...
  • ToshtemirovToshtemirov Posts: 653Registered User Member
    International business is right for you. As you mentioned, "traveling, living abroad and having to use your mind." International business has it all.
  • Surfthewave4Surfthewave4 Posts: 53Registered User Junior Member
    Thanks for all your replies. Anthropology and international business seem appealing to me.
  • caltannercaltanner Posts: 540Registered User Member
    international consulting sounds about right
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