Most Profitable Careers you can Land with a Degree in Liberal Arts

These days, quite a number of students attain degrees in liberal arts studies, yet are uncertain what career path to pursue with them. You might have been told you couldn’t get a good career with your chosen study and if money is your primary motivator, you should know there are a plethora of profitable jobs you can land with your degree. Here are a few to choose from.

Real Estate
Real estate is a great career for any graduate, and liberal arts students have quite a few skills that can come in handy here. While the entry-level salary can be wanting, those who cultivate their skills and network effectively can generate a substantive income. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, real estate brokers generate a median salary of $43,430. 

Another field that individuals with a degree in liberal arts can successfully enter and thrive in is management. There are literally hundreds of job titles that fall under the category of management and many of them do not require a degree in the field. An example would be an HR manager. These individuals are responsible for effectively running human resources departments to ensure the relationship between employee and employer is strong and fair. Individuals who work in this sector can earn $100,000 annually. 

There's no better time to become a writer than now. This is the case for several reasons, including the fact that online content writing is a booming business. Typically, individuals who have earned degrees in liberal arts develop strong writing skills. For example, those who completed history masters programs have likely spent much time writing essays on a wide range of historical and contemporary topics. If you opt to write content for your own blog, your income potential is unlimited. In fact, there are many people who blog for a living and develop six figure incomes. Additionally, writers and authors earn an average annual income of $58,850. 

Public Relations Specialists
Public relations specialists are responsible for building and optimizing the brand of their clients. This job requires excellent communication and creative capacities, two skills that liberal arts majors tend to have. There are a wide range of strategies that a PR specialist might implement to help build a business owner's brand, and some of them include content writing, social media marketing, crisis communication, and press releases. Individuals who work in this field can earn anywhere from $40,000 to $75,000 annually. 

If you have a degree in liberal arts and want to use it to attain a profitable career, remember that multiple vocational paths are available to you. Utilize the information found in this quick reference guide to help you select a position that will enable you to earn the substantive income you want.

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