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2005-11-16 21:31:16
2005-11-16 21:31:16

Teaching, obviously, child care, nursery schools, alternative education settings (placement settings), corporate trainer, outdoor education specialist, part interpreter, tutor, librarian, burger flipper, manager of almost any retail store (classroom management and employee management are very close), tech writer (someone who writes manuals and instructions), almost any entry level job that requires only a BS in any major.

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