6 edition of Opportunities in Social Science Careers (Opportunities in) found in the catalog.
March 24, 2004
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
Start your students on a journey of career exploration. Designed to help students learn about social studies related careers, this engaging InfoGuide provides valuable information in an easy-to-read format. Students learn how studying social studies will prepare them for careers in criminal justice, economics, geography, political science, and %(1). Careers for History Buffs & Others Who Learn from the Past by Blythe Camenson (2 times) Careers for Scholars & Other Deep Thinkers by Blythe Camenson (2 times) Careers in Law by Gary A. Munneke (2 times) Career Opportunities In Library And Information Science by Linda P. Carvell (2 times) Great Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors by Blythe Camenson (2.
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Opportunities in Social Science Research. / The book's clear style makes it an excellent guide for master students and PhD students doing their first research exercises, while. Career Information for Jobs that Involve Social Studies Sociologists They focus on understanding social groupings and behavior, and may be involved in research or make recommendations about how to.
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Opportunities in Social Sciences explains this discipline which deals with aspects of social activity and goes beyond enabling us to look beyond facts to "values". The author, Marek, provides help in choosing a career and finding a job by describing each discipline and discussing employment opportunities, salaries, and educational requirements /5(3).
Get this from a library. Opportunities in social science careers. [Rosanne J Marek] -- Provides an overview of the career opportunities in the social sciences, outlines the personal qualities needed for a successful career, and discusses the employment outlook and career advancement.
Social science careers include opportunities in psychology, sociology, economics, political science, and history. Some of these fields require a master's degree, but an associate or bachelor's in social science may lead to entry-level positions in areas like museum studies, education, data analysis, and research.
Careers Reported by Social Science Majors. The following list of job titles was generated from American Community Survey data. Every year, the federal government surveys 3, people. This list shows some of the most-often reported careers for people who majored in the social science.
26 rows A social science degree can get you started on a career in law, social work, academia. To prepare for a science career, you will have to study either life or physical science.
Life sciences involve learning about living organisms and include subjects like biology, biochemistry, microbiology, zoology, and ecology.
Physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology are all physical sciences, which deal with the study of non-living matter.
Social science majors often pursue careers in fields such as political science, social work and education. They are ideally suited for careers that involve analyzing historical events, such as historians, addressing human needs, such as social workers, and careers in politics or political commentary.
--Careers in anthropology and sociology --Careers in psychology --Careers in history and geography --Careers in political science and economics --Teaching and the social sciences --A final look at social science careers.
Series Title: VGM opportunities series. Other Titles: Social science careers. Social Science careers. The occupations listed below are a selection of those which may interest Social Sciences students and graduates from the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research.
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