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Work in arbitration can sometimes be a full-time job, but others choose to work as arbitrators as a second career (for example, a lawyer might also serve as an arbitrator) or as a post-retirement career for retired lawyers, judges, executives, and other professionals. As a result, there are few opportunities for advancement. With that said, an arbitrator might advance by opening his or her own arbitration firm or by becoming a college professor who educates students about arbitration and other methods of conflict resolution.

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