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A good friend of mine was trained as a cultural anthropologist, with a focus on education. He now runs his own consulting business providing program evaluation services (that is, using social science methods to evaluation whether education programs meet their goals, improve outcomes, etc.). He also does group facilitating, helping them with things like strategic planning or working through problems. Before establishing his own business, he worked for a variety of non-profit education research organizations and a university research center.
So, one route for you would be to find ways to apply your research skills in various fields that use program evaluators--education, public health programs, social service programs, etc.