Information About Sociology : Your Career In
Jobs directly related to your degree
* Social researcher - designs, formulates, carries out and manages social research projects on topics such as unemployment or crime.
* Counsellor - works with people to explore, in a confidential and safe environment, difficulties, feelings of distress, dissatisfaction or a loss of purpose.
* Community development worker - works with individuals, families and communities to develop skills, plan goals and identify rights and opportunities.
* Advice worker - responds to requests for help from members of the public and assists clients by providing information and confidential advice on a wide range of issues including careers, finance, health and welfare issues.
* - organises and teaches one or more subjects in a general or specialist college of further education (FE), a tertiary or sixth form college or community education centre.
* Social worker - works in a variety of settings and within a framework of relevant legislation and procedures, supporting individuals, families and groups within the community.
Jobs where your degree would be useful
* Probation officer - works to rehabilitate offenders by enforcing conditions of court orders, conducting risk assessments and ensuring offenders’ awareness of the impact of their crime.
* - works with the general public and corporate/business organisations, as well as with charitable trusts, to raise awareness of a charity's work, aims and goals.
* Housing manager/officer - develops, supplies or manages housing and related services on behalf of local authorities, housing associations, universities and property management companies.
* Primary school teacher or Secondary school teacher - develops work and lesson plans and teaches in line with curriculum objectives.
* Human resources officer - advises, develops and implements policies relating to personnel within an organisation such as working practices, recruitment, pay, conditions and diversity.
* Youth worker - promotes the personal, educational and social development of young people. This could be based within social, community or educational settings.
The chief concern of sociology graduates is people, and therefore, jobs in the police force, market research, retail management, journalism, disability advising and the civil service are all areas into which sociology graduates may choose to go.
(This information is extracted from prospects.ac.uk)
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