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Curator

Odds of Hanging On

Once you are established as a skilled and knowledgeable curator, your place of employment is likely to hang onto you. These are not revolving door positions—a lot of thought is put into hiring a curator, and a museum or zoo is not going to want to let you go unless you do something to foul up really badly. Like if they catch you making a Bengal tiger stew.

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