Poli-sci majors are politically inclined and probably want to change the world in some way or another... let's look at some of their career options: activist, attorney, campaign operative, congressional office, public opinion analyst, teacher, and lobbyist.
The demand for nurses is ever-increasing... and the career choices are many! A nursing degree can lends itself to any of the following jobs: clinical nurse, midwife, cardiac care nurse, nurse anesthetist, and nurser educator.
Are the difficulties of finding a job getting you down? Go back to school for an Economics degree! Whether the economy is rising or falling, there will always be an economy - and plenty of room for economy majors. Here are some Economics career choices: market analyst, research assistant, broker, loan officer, and investment analyst.
If you graduate with a masters in Psychology, then you're well on your way to becoming a social worker, clinical psychologist, educational psychologist, probation officer, or even a forensic psychologist. There are many pyschology-related career choices that do not involve listening to people cry on the couch... but there's always that option too!
Computer Science majors have the vast future ahead of them. Technological advancements are a result of successful computer science post-grads. Thank you, computer majors! Here are a few job options: computer scientist, programmer, software engineer, computer specialists, and just about any job at Apple!
These word-loving, critical analyst majors have arguable the most career choices than any other major. Graduate with a degree in Lit if you're the type of person who changes their mind often! Here are just a few: advertising, archivist, attorney, author, communications, journalist, editor, and hundreds more!
This major might include the toughest courses, but missing a few parties is definitely worth the extra study time. A Bio major will have plenty of chances to party when he/she is a successful research biologist, bio teacher, science journalist, vet, ecologist, or doctor.
A degree in education is a degree in making the world a better place. A post-grad with an Education degree will most likely become America's teachers, professors, librarians, guidance counselors, curriculum directors, and superintendents.
Graduating with a degree in Business means a career in Accounting, Finance, Product Management, Real Estate, Marketing, and so much more. Sales managers make approximately $97,000, so Business majors are definitely on their way to financial sucess!
Communications majors prepare for a wide variety of different career paths. These are just a few: communications consultant, company spokesperson, journalist, lobbyist, speech writer, publicist, and even a politician. Watch out, poli-sci majors!