Careers for Philosophy And Religious Studies majors

The most common careers people pursue after attaining a Philosophy And Religious Studies 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 Philosophy And Religious Studies degree. Below you can browse our list of careers for Philosophy And Religious Studies majors. If you are curious about your fit with any of these careers, you can take our career test.

1. Journalist

Journalist

Journalist

Your Match?

A journalist is someone who investigates, collects and presents information as a news story.

2. Librarian

Librarian

Librarian

Your Match?

A librarian is a professional trained in information science.

3. Professor

Professor

Professor

Your Match?

A professor is someone who instructs students in a wide variety of academic and vocational subjects beyond the high school level.

4. Clergy

Clergy

Clergy

Your Match?

Do you want to be an active member of the church and help people with their spiritual well-being?

5. Social Worker

Social Worker

Social Worker

Your Match?

There are two main types of social workers: direct-service social workers, who help people solve and cope with problems in their everyday lives, and clinical social workers, who diagnose and treat mental, behavioural, and emotional issues.

6. Museum Conservator

Museum Conservator

Museum Conservator

Your Match?

A museum conservator is someone who documents, restores and preserves artifacts that are on display in museum exhibits.