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March 25, 2019
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Choosing a college major can prove to be challenging. What exactly can you do with that major in marketing or communications?
If you’re good with numbers, and/or have any interest in understanding the inner workings of companies, a business degree is the right choice for you. A degree in business opens up many different employment opportunities. However, because the subject is so broad, some of the jobs you could earn may require further, more specialized education. Sometimes, it is best to specialize your skill set by taking on an internship or part-time job before applying to full-time positions.
Sociology majors are amazed and intrigued by the way humans interact. They study the evolution of human communication, from ancient civilizations to modern-day social movements. Because the field combines aspects of history, psychology, political science and philosophy, there are a wide variety of potential jobs opportunities — most of which are humanities-based and involve research, reading, writing and communicating.
A biology major is a perfect stepping stone to many careers in the natural sciences, and particularly careers in health and medicine. Most biology majors end up pursuing careers as doctors and surgeons, a valuable line of work with high levels of job satisfaction, employment prospects, and income. But, even if you want to study biology but aren’t interested in becoming a doctor, fear not. There are plenty of other great jobs that a biology major can help you get.
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