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It's good that you are willing to think outside of the box. A Bachelor of Arts says, "I have a good academic foundation". Once you hold a B.A., you have learned reasoning, problem-solving, language arts, and mathematical skills. A degree in Sociology shows that you have learned about how people interact in society. You can hold so many different jobs! They don't need to have "soci-" in the title.
I would recommend focusing on positions in which you work with directly others. If you have other interests you can fuse it with your degree. For example, if you like education, then you can work as a teacher. If you want to work for the government, then you can work in policy analysis.
Here is a website to check out this website: http://www.usi.edu/libarts/socio/socdegree.asp