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1. Become a Genealogist: Education and Career Roadmap
A genealogist studies an individual's or family's ancestry to trace kinship, lineage, and family history. Genealogists gather their information from such vital statistics as births, deaths and marriages as well as oral history and genetic tests. They must be skilled at multidisciplinary research and must use several computer programs.
2. Career Information for a Degree in Social Sciences
Degrees in social sciences typically cover psychology, sociology, anthropology, history and political science topics. Find out about the curricula of these programs, and learn about career options, job growth and salary info for social sciences graduates.
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