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What can you do with an associate degree in the arts?

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An associate of arts degree gives graduates career options in retail, marketing and teaching. These degrees can offer the skills and knowledge that are necessary to succeed in a variety of careers.

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What can you do with an associate degree in the arts?
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Those who graduate with an associate of arts degree have the option of working in retail sales, marketing and management, according to Study.com. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2014 lists the median annual salary for someone in sales at $21,390. It also lists the median salary for market research specialists at $61,290. Retail careers are projected to grow at an average rate until 2022, whereas market research analyst careers are expected to grow at a much faster rate.

Other career options include being an interpreter, accounting clerk, bookkeeper, aerospace engineering technician and preschool teacher, according to the Houston Chronicle. Interpreters and language translators can work in educational institutions, hospitals and the government. Bookkeepers can find work in investments, the postal service or the film industry. Aerospace engineering technicians are involved in the design, production and maintenance of aircraft and aircraft equipment. They can work in transportation equipment manufacturing and air transportation. For people interested in working with small children, teaching preschool allows them to work with children between the ages of 2 and 6.

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