About the job:
As a Sociologist, you study human behavior by observing and compiling data on the way people interact together. Your research helps a lot of different groups to make decisions. You may choose to focus on topics such as Crime, Education, Racial and Ethnic Relations, Poverty and more.
As a Sociologist, you must know that:
- Sociology is a popular field of study with a relatively small number of available positions
- Getting an advanced degree will help increase your chances of finding a job
As a Sociologist, you will get to:
- Help Administrators, Educators, Lawmakers, and Social Workers to solve problems
- Enjoy certain job benefits if you're working in a University setting, such as paid vacation and tuition assistance
- 40 hours per week
Are you the right fit?
Will you make money?
- To become a Sociologist, you need a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences, such as Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, Economics or Political Science
- Taking a few classes in Mathematics and Statistics is also a plus
- You will need a Master’s (1-3 years) or a Doctoral degree (4-5 years) to become a University Sociologist or to conduct Independent research
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
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