The growth of technology constantly creates new ways for information to be preserved and new avenues for people to access information. Trained information professionals help organize and store the information in the first place, and then provide guidance when it must be retrieved and synthesized. These professionals work in a range of settings, including academic, corporate, medical, law, music, public, and other types of libraries; archives; colleges and universities; home offices; business offices; and more. Careers in Focus: Library and Information Science, Second Edition profiles 19 careers for professionals interested in this field.
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