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Career Paths in Sociology
One of the biggest insecurities for students deciding on whether or not they would like to major in sociology is the uncertainty of a career path. Like most social sciences, the broad spectrum of sociological education makes it difficult to pinpoint a certain career. Although, this broadness is what also makes it linkable to a wide variety of careers and creates bridges to many types of goals
The American Sociological Associations is a website that was highly recommended by staff members for those looking to explore careers in sociology. The website offers the chance to join a community that shares constant discussion and information on sociological research and issues. Through this website, students can make connections with other members and individuals who are already working in the field of sociology or just share a common interest within the subject. The association hosts annual meetings where students could create even bigger connections and play an active role in the nationwide sociology community.
Image created by: Belesha Phillips, "Sociology: Bringing the Real World into the Classroom"
Image created by: Belesha Phillips, "Sociology: Bringing the Real World into the Classroom."