I am helping someone out with career advice and we were talking about studying philosophy and I was saying how degrees these days are being created so specific it seems as though it would likely get you into a dream job but what if that's not all you wanted to do your entire career.
For me, philosophy could lead on to journalism, documentary film-making, political advisor, possibly advertising / PR and more.
Where it seems to some to be a useless degree it can actually be the 'jack of all trades' that is great for being applied to so many roles.
- What careers can you think of following from a philosophy degree and do you have any ideas about how one job might be transfered to another.
- What masters degrees might you suggest to someone who wanted to continue down a route of intellectual thought and enquiry and not specialising, that isn't a masters in philosophy.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Careers and masters after a philosophy bachelors (possibly in the wrong forum)
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