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Sunday, August 13, 2017

THIS LIBRARIAN EARNS 200,000 PESOS MONTHLY!!! 😮😮😮 FT. PAYSCALE




Have read that right!!!


Who would have thought that your dream job could be just around the corner?

Imagine those nerdy good looking guys in the Library who would NEVER have to worry about their paychecks!

Well thanks to Google, the ability to gather some information which can support the fact that Librarians can earn more than Restaurant Managers and Company Supervisors.
















According to our close friend PayScale.
The average Librarian in the United States can expect to rake in roughly $49K annually. Earnings for this group are mostly affected by location, followed by the specific employer and years of experience. Most enjoy medical while more than half get dental coverage. Vision coverage is also available to a little over a half. Job satisfaction is high and work is enjoyable for most Librarians. Women make up the vast majority of Librarians (81 percent) who answered the questionnaire.

Let's Better asked Quara!

What is the highest earning librarian job in the world?

Brett Williams, MLIS: Systems, Electronic Resources, IT, GIS
Answered Jan 3 2011 · Upvoted by Erica FriedmanProud to be an MLS




Considering that most library directors make 90-120,000 even in small library consortium's, and there are considerably larger and more complex library systems out there, here's where you can look

1. Large university library directors
2. CEO's of large library vendors, although few of these folks are librarians anymore
3. Librarian entrepreneurs
4. Library & Knowledge Management consultants like Dysart & Jones
5. C-level Knowledge Management positions

Simple Role of Librarians... 
ft. Globe and Mail


I want to be a librarian. What will my salary be?

The role: It’s not just about finding and sorting books. Librarians work with children to develop literacy programs, in large corporations managing data and compiling information, and within communities, helping seniors, students and low-income people find information. “It’s about research, it’s about project management, policy development and financial management,” Ms. DeYoung said. “The work can be very broad.”

What are the qualifications? you may refer to learnhowtobecome.org

STEPS TO BECOMING A LIBRARIAN

1
COMPLETE A BACHELOR’S DEGREE
Successfully completing a baccalaureate program is the first step to becoming a librarian, 
and this level of education offers many opportunities for study. The American Library Association
 notes that students shouldn’t worry about taking library-specific courses at this level,
 but rather focus on areas that interest them most. Common degrees for future librarians
 include art, history, music, law, psychology or sociology, but it is truly up to the individual
student to decide on a course of action.
2
EARN A MASTER’S DEGREE
Most library science and information studies programs can be completed in two years
 if the student is able to devote themselves to full-time study. The degrees are highly 
popular at traditional campuses, but recent years have also given rise to many programs
 taught purely online. This is a great option for the student who either wants to continue 
working or is based in a rural setting with no suitable program near them.
Whether taught online or on campus, most master’s programs require students to complete
either a thesis or capstone project in addition to class requirements and a fieldwork placement
3
GAIN EXPERIENCE IN SPECIALIZED AREAS
As part of master’s level coursework, the majority of programs require students to complete
 an internship or field placement. Students should consider this opportunity thoughtfully 
and try to find a setting that offers the chance to be immersed in a specific area of interest. 
Whether aspiring to work as a school librarian or in an art history library, getting a foot into
 the door of a specialized area will be of significant help when it comes time to land a job out of college.


4
BECOME LICENSED OR CERTIFIED
Although licensing is mandated at the state level, it is typically only required for school librarians.
Individuals pursuing these types of roles must be certified as a teacher as they’ll regularly be 
helping children learn how to use library resources. 





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credit: Images from Google

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