We’ve posted a new research brief on the website that examines changes in characteristics of members of the American Sociological Association between 2000 and 2010, including age, education status, employment, gender, and race and ethnicity. Download “A Decade of Change: ASA Membership From 2000 – 2010” to learn more.
Since 2009, we’ve been tracking the career and educational paths of graduates of sociology Master’s programs. Did they go on to obtain PhDs, or immediately enter the job market? And if so, in what types of programs and jobs? How are these outcomes related to the sociological skills and concepts learned at this level, satisfaction with their programs, and the social capital they’ve developed?
The new data brief, From Programs to Careers: Continuing to Pay Attention to the Master’s Degree in Sociology examines program characteristics, student experiences, and outcomes.
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