What do I do with my bachelors degree in sociology?
I also have a bachelors degree in Biology and had planned on going to medical school. That didnt pan out and I immediately got into human subject research for two years. After the funding was out on that I floated around on temporary jobs and now I have been the manager of a residential hall for the last 9 months. I need to make more money what can I do now?
Asked By: obgynsoon - 5/22/2006
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Sociology has a wide range of applications and provides good preparation for a variety of careers. Many students who obtain advanced degrees teach Sociology in colleges and universities. The vast majority of majors with Bachelor's degrees in Sociology launch their careers in business and industry. Most Sociology majors... More
Answered By: Professor X - 5/22/2006
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You can teach highschool, and take classes for your master.
Answered By: Acehigh784 - 5/22/2006
Answered By: dahoneynme67 - 5/22/2006
Try to work as a personal trainer ?. Perhaps a counsellor..
Answered By: yusdzkhamim - 5/22/2006
The Social Security Administration wants you!
Answered By: Tortian Stampede - 5/22/2006
Bachelor's Degree value is not only in the subject you studied. It proves you are capable of "applying yourself" and working hard, as much as it proves you know something about Biology. In fact if you apply for a job you really want, and "admit" in the interview that you realized Biology wasn't what you really wanted... More
Answered By: Thin Kaboudit - 5/22/2006
Welcome to the real World. I'm a workplace assessor and trainer, a mechanic with 37 years experience and an examiner with the Institute of Automotive Mechanical Engineers. I'm unemployed. Jules, Australia.
Answered By: Jules G - 5/22/2006
Consider law school. You can always become a counselor or a social worker. But law school will open more professional doors in fields like law (of course), management consulting, and leadership positions in city or state gov't agencies
Answered By: DENVER_27 - 5/22/2006
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