What to do with your psychology or sociology degree
Random House, Sep 18, 2007 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
Many students major in the Social Sciences because they love their chosen academic fields, however few schools provide solid advice about how students can apply their studies to a career. This unique and informative guide directs Psychology and Sociology majors to career paths that will make the most of their educational backgrounds. It includes chapters on further academic study, fellowship opportunities, and understanding career options, as well as practical and detailed job search tips and strategies.
What to Do with Your Psychology or Sociology Degree includes:
·Practical advice on identifying career goals
·Profiles of popular career paths
·Interview and networking tips
·Special Q&A section with former majors who are now successfully pursuing careers they love
·Appendices that provide listings of relevant internship and fellowship opportunities
44 pages matching someone in this book
Results 1-3 of 44
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
ability able academic advanced degree application areas bachelor's degree behavior candidates clients Climbing the Ladder clinical coordinator counselors course cover letter developmental psychology e-mail employers Erica expected experience family therapy federal Fellowship field focus gerontology grad school graduate programs graduate school graduate students Hugh Hefner human important industry informational interviews interactions interest internships involve Jerry Bruckheimer job search lenders loans looking lt's Marsha master's degree MyRichUncle networking occupational therapy offer opportunities options organization political position practice professional professors psychology and sociology psychology majors pursue questions recruiting Related Careers responsible resume role Ruth Westheimer salary skills social sociology majors someone specific Stafford loans substance abuse sure there's things think tank tions typically undergraduate writing Yana