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What jobs use a sociology degree?

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There are jobs as officers in the criminal justice system that use a sociology degree, such as parole officers, rehabilitation officers, corrections officers and police officers. An investigator is also a career that uses a sociology degree.

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Jobs working in the community or for social services that use a sociology degree are family planning, homelessness, housing, substance abuse, youth services, fundraising, public assistance and child care development. There are jobs as researchers, which include census, social, market, consumer and survey. Many jobs can serve as a launching pad for more lucrative jobs in the business industry, such as advertising, banking, computers, publishing, real estate, insurance, human resources and labor relations. Colleges and universities utilize sociology degree majors for teaching, student advisers and research assistants. Government agencies hire human rights workers, peace corps workers and affirmative action advisers who have sociology degrees.

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