Students who major in sociology are well prepared for jobs across a broad spectrum of agencies and organizations. In fact, coursework that examines a range of social factors and fosters expertise in research methodologies and statistical analyses provides sociologists with an advantage over non-behavioral science, liberal arts majors when applying for various forms of employment. While a portion of sociology graduates seek jobs in family-related social service fields, other seek jobs as community organizers, demographers, hospital administrators, housing human resource managers, and personnel coordinators.
Additional information about jobs in sociology can be found at the American Sociological Association’s Career page.
For those interested in finding a job within the state of Missouri:
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