As it stands, Library Science of the modern age has moved far beyond the Dewey Decimal System. Today, many individuals with a Library Science degrees work with the public, or behind the scenes in technical support, acquisitions or administration. While librarians traditionally have worked with printed resources, today they work with a number of non-print materials such as CDs, the Internet, and computerized databases are just as signifigant.
On average an individual with a Library Science degree earns $42,000.00 - $60,00.00.
Career opportunites include:
- Elementary and secondary schools
- Colleges and universities
- Local government, i.e. public libraries