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Sociology: Sample of Possible Occupations

Admissions Counselor  
Data Analyst  
Mental Health Worker  
Adoption Agent  
News Correspondent  
Advertising Assistant  
Delinquency Counselor  
Parole/Probation Officer  
Aging Specialist  
Family Guidance Clinic
Alcohol/ Drug Case Worker 
Personnel Interviewer  
Fund-Raiser  
Human Resources Generalist
Program Assistant  
Public Relations Specialist
Compensation/Benefits
Insurance Agent/Broker 

 Congressional Aid  
Job Analyst  
Research Assistant  
Consumer Advocate  
Labor Relations Representative
Public Opinion Surveyor  
Consumer Survey Advisor  
Marketing Research Analyst  
Recreation Therapist  
Convention Organizer  
Social Movements Organizer
Veterans Affairs Specialist
Writer/Author   
Sales Representative  
Intelligence/Defense
Teacher  
Technical Writer
Reporter  

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