According to a survey in, Leaving the Museum Field, by museum professionals Sarah Erdman, Marieke Van Damme, Claudia Ocello and Dawn Estabrooks Salerno, most museum workers chose to work in this field because of their love for museums and/or the content area in which they work. Cultural institutions are dependent upon this innate passion to help buoy day-to-day operations and interactions with guests. It is this passion that enthuses ticket sales and spurs referrals. It is this motivation that inspirits workers to go that extra mile to ensure quality service and exemplary attention to detail. 

If you love to learn and be around some of the world’s most inspiring cultural and historical artifacts and objects, then you might consider getting a job in a museum. Museums provide individuals of several specializations and backgrounds to be a part of one of the...

Museums are one of the most important institutions available to the public. They preserve, share, and cull together some of the most important exhibits, objects, and artifacts known to human history. They not only aim to educate, but to enrich and further a functional democracy. All to say, museums are kind of a big deal, which means that the jobs necessary to keep them operating are also kind of a big deal. 

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