Career Fair

Jobs in the Field of Sociology

The digital age has brought forth many changes to the work world.  Those with the highest earning potential have the ability to integrate knowledge of the social world with an advanced understanding of how to use digital technology.  Sociology provides these skills to students through a process that engages them in examining social issues, research and practice, and statistics.  Sociology also encourages students to be proactive in addressing the key social issues of our time.  Click on the links below to explore career opportunities emanating from the field of sociology. 



Criminologist -Explore how Sociology is integral to the science of crime

Geographer - Sociologists in the field of geography study how location affects social, cultural, and economic outcomes 

Foreign Affairs Officer - Use the skills learned as a sociologist to embark on new adventures

Public Relations - Explore how sociologists have a unique set of skills important to the growing field of public relations

Digital Analytics Analyst - Sociologists understand how to use "big data" effectively

Urban and Regional Planner - Learn how to use your skills as a sociologist to create modern urban environments

Actuary - Sociologists complete a battery of statistics courses useful in actuary science 

Sociologist - Sociologists are trained in modern scientific practices. Learn how they use their skills to conduct research, teach, and consult  

Medical Sociologist - Sociologists are having a significant impact on science and medicine
   

Federal Case Manager - Sociologists are prominent in the criminal justice system 


From Life and Society, Lonnie Hannon III, PhD