| February 27, 2012

61 Tech Geek Jobs for LIS Grads

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  1. Posted February 27, 2012 at 11:39 pm | Permalink
     

    Laura Larsell is an Information Ontologist at Trapit.  She has an MA in library sciences.  She describes her role, and how it relates to librarianship, in this post on the Trapit blog: http://blog.trap.it/86992925

  2. Posted March 10, 2012 at 1:22 pm | Permalink
     

    Hi Mia,
    Lots of example positions are being collected at alt-librarian-careers on Blogspot. See http://sla-divisions.typepad.com/njslajobs/2012/01/new-blog-alt-librarian-careers.html and/or the direct link is http://alt-librarian-careers.blogspot.com/. Although she's blogging anonymously, the author wrote several 'memoir' posts, explaining her personal experience, in the first few entries- so browse back to the 'archives' from January to see them. Best of Luck.

  3. Posted May 10, 2012 at 3:36 pm | Permalink
     

    This is specially now that there are jobs that are dying these days

  4. Jemor
    Posted May 16, 2012 at 10:54 am | Permalink
     

    I graduated with my MLIS in 2012 and have worked at Amazon Kindle, Microsoft Office
    and a contract as a "cybrarian" for an educational startup.

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