American Sociological Association

Career Center

ASA Job Bank

The ASA Job Bank is the place to find and list a job in the field of sociology.

Job Seekers: ASA members receive free access to the Job Bank. Non-members may subscribe to the Job Bank for a fee. Job seekers can view positions in the field of sociology, as well as post their resume for employers to review.

Employers: Looking for a professor, researcher, analyst, or fellow with a social sciences background? Then join the many universities, colleges, research organizations, corporations, and government agencies that have used the American Sociological Association’s online Job Bank to advertise their positions to our 13,000+ members.

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Annual Meeting Career Center 

The Career Center at the ASA Annual Meeting serves both employers and job seekers. The Employment Fair, introduced in 2017, will return to the Career Center in Philadelphia. For 2018, ASA is introducing Prep Talks for job seekers. These short, dynamic presentations cover useful job search and career planning topics for job seekers at all stages of their career.  

When: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Grants and Fellowships

ASA's grant and fellowship programs provide educational stipends and small grants to members for supporting research initiatives and other important scientific activities including conference attendance.

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Careers in Sociology

We all have been asked at one time or another, “What are you going to do with a sociology degree?”  The answer is that a sociology degree serves as an excellent springboard for a variety careers in many diverse fields.  You can easily transfer the skills you obtain with your undergraduate or graduate degree in sociology, the trick is to understand how to translate what you have learned into terms future employers find valuable. 

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Research on Careers

Findings from ASA studies on jobs and careers, including topics such as academic and non-academic employment, gender, race and ethnicity, salaries, career paths, job satisfaction, and aspects of sociology departments.

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