I found this web site with job opportunities from the American Sociological Association.
I copy pasted this from that site
# social services--in rehabilitation, case management, group work with youth or the elderly, recreation, or administration
# community work--in fund-raising for social service organizations, nonprofits, child-care or community development agencies, or environmental groups
# corrections--in probation, parole, or other criminal justice work
# business--in advertising, marketing and consumer research, insurance, real estate, personnel work, training, or sales
# college settings--in admissions, alumni relations, or placement offices
# health services--in family planning, substance abuse, rehabilitation counseling, health planning, hospital admissions, and insurance companies
# publishing, journalism, and public relations--in writing, research, and editing
# government services--in federal, state, and local government jobs in such areas as transportation, housing, agriculture, and labor
# teaching--in elementary and secondary schools, in conjunction with appropriate teacher certification.
hope it helps
I am not so sure about salary or job availability.
You can get some jobs with a BS but your options open up the higher your education gets.