06 August 2012 09:53 AM | By Colleen Last
How to Relate Your Degree to the Real World

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History graduates leave university armed with well-honed research skills and a knowledge of how to compile a well-argued report - valuable skills for researchers, journalists, librarians, archivists or information managers.

A history graduate may not seem like an obvious choice when hiring an undercover agent or detective, but their knowledge of how to evaluate evidence would make them invaluable intelligence officers. Imagine that career trajectory after you graduate - from librarian to spy!

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