Careers in library science require an individual to hold a master's degree in library science. Some graduate schools offer degrees in library and information science. Although many people with master's degrees in library science may become librarians, they may also find careers as archivists, consultants, researchers, collection managers and analysts.Continue Reading
Individuals interested in careers in library science need to have excellent organizational, writing, research and analytical skills. They also need to be comfortable using technological resources for finding information.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the fastest growing library and information science careers are not in traditional venues such as public or school libraries; rather, there is increasing demand for Web developers, systems analysts and researchers with library and information science degrees.Learn more about Career Aspirations