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    Thumbs up Who be a newbie - ME thats who!

    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vbear View Post
    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vbear View Post
    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vbear View Post
    Hi everyone,

    What kind of jobs are available for people who study Religious studies / Theology. Learning about the worlds different beliefs and practices are a passion of mine. I am considering religious studies at Arizona State University. Any motivation / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Also a 10 years Active Duty Navy and currently pursuing my Yoga Teacher training.
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