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Historians are dedicated to studying, analyzing and interpreting past events, some of which may have happened hundreds of thousands of years ago. In trying to study a particular event or relate multiple events, they get their historical data from various sources including history books, archives and artifacts. Historians trace historical developments and offer advice on issues related to historical facts and preservation.
Most historian positions require applicants to have completed a master's degree of Ph.D. in history or related fields such as historical preservation, museum studies or archival management. A bachelor's degree may qualify you only for entry level positions. You must be fascinated by historical facts and events if you want to pursue a career as a historian. Exceptional analytical, research and writing skills are other essential attributes for historians.
There is strong competition for historian jobs so you must bring your A-game to the interview to boost your chances of getting the job. You must be able to demonstrate your passion for history by being able to speak on a wide range of historical fact and events, especially those pertaining to your specialty. Your interviewer may ask for details and your analysis on certain historical events. They will also want to know what your career goals are and where you see yourself a few years from now. Going through historian mock interview questions will help you to be better prepared with compelling answers to any questions that are asked at the interview.