If yours is a mind stimulated by speculations as to what makes folks do what they do, then you should seriously consider pursuing a degree in social science.
As a social science degree-seeker you'll learn such fundamental aspects of the discipline as controlled experimentation, data analysis, theories of social interaction, and behavioral psychology. You'll also develop keen critical-thinking and project-management skills.
Because social science indicates a slew of different disciplines, you'll have to narrow your focus as you matriculate. The most frequently selected social science disciplines are archaeology, geography, history, political science, and sociology.
As a social science degree holder, you'll find career opportunities in such industries as academics, real estate, and industry. Though salaries tend to be decent, job growth for social science–related careers is expected to proceed at a slow rate.
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