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Only those with the required educational credentials can get hands-on experience, so the most practical way to explore career opportunities is to talk with those already working in the field. A great deal of career information can also be found in professional journals such as Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society ( Students may also want to check out some online sources. Many professional associations have a strong presence on LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social networking sites. You can follow associations at these sites to keep up to date on news and information about the field. Visit to read Explore the Possibilities: Pursue a Career in Human Factors/Ergonomics and other career resources. 

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