Information Professional Careers
If you are interested in working in the information science field, there are many different career paths available, including positions within companies, universities, government, and more. Archives and records management, information architecture and website design, computer engineering, and library science are just a sample of the many exciting careers available to you. The options are endless!
For those interested in higher education careers, ASIS&T’s Annual Meeting in Crystal City, Virginia, October 27-November 1, 2017, can help you find your next academic job or qualified candidate. As a free service, ASIS&T brings together hiring departments and job-seeking candidates all in one convenient location.
For Doctoral Students/Academics, ASIS&T’s Annual Meeting (AM) will provide you a venue to explore your job opportunities, get career advice and interview with leading institutions. Explore the current job postings to discover how ASIS&T’s AM can help you obtain your future academic position.
For Higher Education Institutions, ASIS&T’s AM is a convenient recruitment tool for networking and interviewing with qualified candidates in the information studies and technology fields attending the AM.
We’ve assembled a range of job descriptions organized by different occupational groups within the information profession with educational requirements, skills, average salaries and more. Read interviews from leaders in the field and their advice to those entering the profession.
Interested in the Information Professions?
This website offers information on:
- Job Descriptions
- Job Listings
- Interviews with information professionals
- Professional Associations & Organizations
Explore and learn about opportunities in the information professions!