Social Science Careers

social sciencesAs one of the most essential fields in any industry, the Social Sciences are incredibly important to study by practically anyone. If you want to have a career in these fields, many of which are actually really high-paying, you can take a look at the list below. Keep in mind that if you want to get the most out of your choice, you’ll need to take it a little more seriously by going to more than just classes.

You need special books and seminars, all of which are accessible via Coupon Codes to make them more affordable. You should also know that these are by no means the only jobs you can get with the Social Sciences.

 

Anthropologist

Probably one of the biggest fields in the industry, becoming an Anthropologist basically involves studying different cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, and history. This is done via artifact recovery, study, and storage, researching certain civilizations both existing and dead, and drawing conclusions from statistics to get a better understanding of how different societies worked.

economist

 

Economist

As the name might have already given away, an Economist has to do with the economy, though you shouldn’t get the wrong idea about that. For starters, the job options you can for having majored in economics is incredibly vast and varied, with the highest paying jobs earning five figures, easy. A lot of them have to do with being financial advisors to powerful companies, however.

 

Teacher

Becoming a teacher of the Social Sciences isn’t glamorous, but it’s work. You would of course need to have the right qualifications, one of which is to have actually worked in the field, but those are just details.

 

Social Psychologist

Now, we’re getting to the good stuff. In Social Psychology, you are basically looking at the minds of the masses, not just the individuals. This is big stuff because it affects major changes in society, including buying patterns, group decision-making, voting trends, and of course, those quantifiably threatening mind-sets where one group has a defined hatred for another.

 

Social Workersocial worker

If you’re not in the habit of trying to guess and at times, even manipulate the minds of the masses, you could try helping them. As a Social Worker, you are basically looking out for the least powerful members of any society, including women, children, and the disadvantaged minorities.

Needless to say, no matter how seemingly intellectual or brain-inclined your kind of work is (working in the social sciences tends to have this character to it), this does not exempt you from the need to look good. Too many intellectuals and academics have long suffered the stigma of wonderful brain, ugly appearance. To battle this out, you need to get access to a handful of great fashion promos and deals (the code promo About You would be a great place to start).

No worries, if you know where to look for good deals, then you can look great without spending too much. Academics and intellectuals deserve the best, after all.

5 Responses to “Social Science Careers”

  1. William says:

    I want to become a Doctor, so I can charge more than what is due. hehehehe

  2. Brando says:

    I think being a social psychologist is the coolest job on Earth! Yeah!

    • Wilma says:

      Of course it is! I am a psychologist and have been helping many people with their problems. It is the most rewarding profession for me. Thank you for your kind comment 🙂

  3. Wilma says:

    I also dreamed to become a teacher. But because of the many injustices in our society, I prefer to be a Social Worker to help the poor and needy who are most vulnerable to abuses.

    • Harry says:

      Dreaming is not enough! You should take action for it to be realized. I suggest you do it before you get disappointments on everything you did and din not do. 🙂

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