Museums: A Place to Work : Planning Museum Careers
Museum work is becoming increasingly professionalized. The skills demanded by those who work in museums are increasing as technology advances and society changes. This much-needed volume surveys the latest trends in museum work. Museums: A Place to Work, Planning Museum Careers is the definitive guide to the museum profession. It outlines in detail more than thirty museum positions, incorporates extracts from interviews with experienced museum professionals from many backgrounds and includes sections on the origins and history of museums, the importance of ethics, training, preparation and the future for museums. Museums: A Place to Work, Planning Museum Careers provides indispensable information on how to find jobs in museums. It is aimed at those starting a museum career as well as experienced professionals wanting to change or advance their career, and career counselors.
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