College of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Want to learn more detail about career outcomes in a particular area of study? Click on one of the program areas below to view a pie chart that provides an overview of the career outcomes for that area.

For more detail still, click on a segment of a pie chart to view particular job percentages within a broader occupational category.

Anthropology

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Anthropology ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least an Anthropology BA, ages 27-66. 

 

Area Studies

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Area Studies ages 27-67. We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages. Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA in Area Studies, ages 27-66.

 

Art History

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Art History ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least an Art History BA, ages 27-66.

 

Communication

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Communication ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA, ages 27-66, in  the following ACS 2010-2012 degree fields: Communications,  Journalism, Mass Media and Advertising and Public Relations.

 

Criminology, Law and Society

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Criminology, Law and Society ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA, ages 27-66, in the following ACS 2010-2012 degree fields: Criminal Justice and Fire Protection and Criminology.

 

Economics

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Economics ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA in Economics, ages 27-66.

 

English

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in English ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least an English BA, ages 27-66.

 

Environmental Science

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Environmental Science ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA in Environmental Science, ages 27-66.

 

History

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in History ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA, ages 27-66, in the following ACS 2010-2012 degree fields: History and US History.

 

Global Affairs

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Global Affairs, ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA, ages 27-66, in the following ACS 2010-2012 degree fields: Intercultural and International Studies and International Relations.

 

Languages and Linguistics

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Languages and Linguistics, ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA, ages 27-66, in the following ACS 2010-2012 degree fields: Linguistics and Foreign Languages; Linguistics and Comparative Language and Literature; French, German, Latin and Other Common Foreign Language Studies; and Other Foreign Languages.

 

Philosophy and Religious Studies

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Philosophy and Religious Studies ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies, ages 27-66.

 

Psychology

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Psychology ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA, ages 27-66, in  the following ACS 2010-2012 degree fields: Psychology, Educational Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Social Psychology, and Miscellaneous Psychology.

 

Sociology

This pie chart shows the career outcomes for majors in Sociology ages 27-67.  We use these ages to show where majors end up, rather than initial jobs out of college. Note, however, that these percentages are a snapshot of people at different career stages.  Source and notes: American Community Survey (ACS), 2010 - 2012, holders of at least a BA in Sociology, ages 27-66.

 
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