Resources with Ideas for Careers and / or Places of Employment
The information on this page is designed to help you explore possible careers. Use the links below to d to different areas of the page.
We recommend working with a career counselor to help you identify careers based on your skills, interests, and values. Women's Studies majors develop skills that are highly valued by employers.
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Women's Studies majors may find employment in a variety of areas depending on their skills and experience. Some Women's Studies graduates choose to work in advocacy or social services-related positions, community development, business, and government.
The following list of employers and job titles was derived from the University Career Center's jobs database where employers specifically requested Women's Studies majors. Career-related internships or part-time jobs may be a prerequisite to finding professional-level employment after graduation.
This list does not reflect all potential places atudies employment or kinds of jobs for Women's Studies majors. The University Career Center provides this list as a tool for generating ideas for exploration. This list of jobs reported was generated from survey data published by colleges and universities across the United States.
Please be aware that internships or other career-related experience may be a prerequisite to finding professional-level employment after graduation.]