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I will tell you that HAVING a degree at all will open many doors. It is less relevant WHAT the degree is in for positions that don't require technical knowledge/skilled trades (doctors, engineers, graphic designers). So, by that I mean: You can start looking for jobs that you are interested in. Think about where you want to be long term and find out what the entry level position to get there would be. Example: If you want to be a VP of Sales, running an entire salesforce for a company then you should start at a sales represtentative position. If you are set on a job within the "sociology" umbrella, anything human services related: counselling, human services, non-profit administration, etc are options. If you aren't interested in these fields, don't limit yourself. Hiring managers will know when you are passionate about doing the job, and that goes a long way. Hope this helps!