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What is a job that requires a college degree and a graduate degree?

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2013-03-13 21:16:49
2013-03-13 21:16:49

Degree requirements for job applications

A job that requires a college degree is often aimed at people with some college course work that has earned them a certificate or degree. This requirement would be fulfilled by someone having a Bachelor's degree (or beyond).

A requirement of a graduate degree imposes the applicant(s) to have a Master's degree (or beyond).


Some jobs that require advanced degrees are doctor, psychologist, college professor, engineer, and pharmaci

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