Code: 19-3093.00

Also known as: County Historian, County Records Management Officer (County RMO), Historian, Historic Interpreter, Historic Sites Registrar, Historical Interpreter, Research Associate, Researcher

Description: Our past informs our present state and our future. Historians are charged with collecting and analyzing historical data. They study, research and interpret a variety of documents and other articles in order to come to a better understand of history. While some basic research positions require only a Bachelor's degree, most Historians are required to have a Master's or doctoral degree.


Typical wages

10% $29,540
25% $40,920
Median $63,100
75% $90,130
90% $116,340
10% $14.2
25% $19.68
Median $30.33
75% $43.33
90% $55.93

Projected employment

Estimated Employment
(2019 year)
Projected Employment
(2029 year)
Percent Change +0 %
Projected Annual Job Openings 300