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Finding the job that I would enjoy and relates to Sociology
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Sociologist Job Description, Career as a Sociologist, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

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This article contained many facts about sociology. With a sociology job, you receive an average salary of about $57,870 per year. Sociology is a very braod field with many possibilites. You can get a doctoral degree in sociolgy and recieve many good jobs or you can just get a 4-year bachelors degree and still be able to get a job like a therapist, couselor, interviewers, or research assistants. More than half of all sociologists are employed by colleges and universities. Also, Sociologist spend a lot of their time in pleasant offices, libraries, and classrooms. This aticle gave me so much information that I felt it really improved in learning more about Sociology.

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Career Opportunities for Majors in Sociology | Career Services | Rutgers

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After reading this article, I got a better idea as to what kind of jobs someone with a sociology major would get. They appear to find jobs like in a social service agency, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and many others. They work with other people in customer servie, public relations, management, and human resources. I also learned that having an internship and good grades will help me a lot in the future when I look for a Job.

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What Can I Do With A Degree In Sociology?

An overview of career choices for those with a B.A., M.A., or Ph.D. in sociology.
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While reading this article, I found many jobs that I can do with Sociology. Some of which include, journalism, politics, public relations, business, or public administration. People in the past have become teachers, entered a nonprofit organization, and even counselors and therapists. This helped me understand that there are hundereds of different types of jobs out there for me to pursue. I also was able to learn what who sociologists work closely with. I found that they work with economists, political scientists, anthropologists, psychologists, and social workers. All of these have interested me and I can"t wait to research more.

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