Careers for Liberal Arts majors

The most common careers people pursue after attaining a Liberal Arts degree.

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Based on independent research and Sokanu's database of users, we have aggregated the top careers that people pursue after attaining a Liberal Arts degree. Below you can browse our list of careers for Liberal Arts majors. If you are curious about your fit with any of these careers, you can take our career test.

1. Project Manager

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Project Manager

Your Match?

A project manager is a motivated and effective leader who is accountable for the success or failure of a project.

2. Teacher Assistant

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Teacher Assistant

Your Match?

Do you love working with children?

3. IT Support Specialist

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IT Support Specialist

Your Match?

If you have a passion for technology and love problem solving, you may want to consider becoming an IT support specialist!

4. Certified Professional Organizer

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Certified Professional Organizer

Your Match?

Are you a neat freak?

5. Office Manager

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Office Manager

Your Match?

An office manager is someone who is responsible for organizing all of the administrative activities that facilitate the smooth running of an office.

6. Teller

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Teller

Your Match?

A teller is someone who works for a bank and is responsible for accurately processing routine bank transactions at a bank.

7. Recruiter

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Recruiter

Your Match?

A recruiter is someone who finds qualified, dedicated and invested candidates for a job vacancy, and works to meet the demands of both the employer and the employee.

8. Copywriter

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Copywriter

Your Match?

Does the spelling mistake in this sentance really annoy you?