Jobs for people who are interested in Social Sciences

Discover careers for people who are interested in Social Sciences.

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1. Geospatial Information Scientist

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Geospatial Information Scientist

Your Match?

Geospatial information scientists study and analyze how people use the physical space around them.

2. School Psychologist

School Psychologist School Psychologist

School Psychologist

Your Match?

Do you think you'd enjoy helping children and youth succeed in all aspects of life?

3. Industrial Organizational Psychologist

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Industrial Organizational Psychologist

Your Match?

Industrial organizational psychology is an area of psychology that focuses on studying people in their working environment.

4. Neuropsychologist

Neuropsychologist Neuropsychologist

Neuropsychologist

Your Match?

A neuropsychologist is a physiologist who specializes in understanding the relationship between the physical brain and behavior.

5. Music Historian

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Music Historian

Your Match?

A music historian is someone who studies the history of music.

6. Hypnotherapist

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Hypnotherapist

Your Match?
Satisfaction
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A hypnotherapist is a skilled and trained professional who, by inducing a trance-like state, helps people use their subconscious mind to change behavioral patterns or ways of thinking.

7. Anthropologist

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Anthropologist

Your Match?

The word anthropology comes from the Greek word anthropos (human), and logia (study).

8. Archaeologist

Archaeologist Archaeologist

Archaeologist

Your Match?

Most people’s understanding of archaeology comes from TV shows like Indiana Jones.

9. Industrial Ecologist

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Industrial Ecologist

Your Match?

Industrial ecologists perform laboratory and field tests to monitor the environment and investigate sources of pollution, including those affecting health.

10. Sociologist

Sociologist Sociologist

Sociologist

Your Match?

Sociology is the study of how society affects people, and how people affect society.

11. Economist

Economist Economist

Economist

Your Match?

An economist studies economic and statistical data as well as the production and distribution of resources, goods, and services.

12. Geographer

Geographer Geographer

Geographer

Your Match?

A geographer studies the earth and its land, features, and inhabitants.

13. Historian

Historian Historian

Historian

Your Match?

A historian has the fascinating job of studying and interpreting the past.

14. Political Scientist

Political Scientist Political Scientist

Political Scientist

Your Match?

Political scientists are part researcher, part analyst, and part forecaster.

15. Psychologist

Psychologist Psychologist

Psychologist

Your Match?

A psychologist studies mental processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people relate to one another and the environment.