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It is difficult to land a job or start a business as an information broker right out of college. If you've completed a few internships or worked as a research assistant or librarian while in college you have a better chance of becoming employed. The first step in this career is usually working as an assistant to a more experienced researcher or information professional. After working a minimum of two to five years and gaining valuable experience, you are more likely to advance in your career or be successful launching your own information business.

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