Philosophy graduates are naturally suited to careers in research or politics. They may also seek jobs in charity work or publishing, or decide to train as lawyers.
Philosophy students tend to have an inquisitive nature, and are willing to question just about anything and everything.
They are naturally suited to careers in research or politics. Plenty of philosophy graduates go on to work with charities, and publishing is also a popular choice.
This guide should help you think about the skills you have, the jobs they can be applied to, and the options available. You can also find out about the areas philosophy graduates are interested in working in, and the types of job they are typically working in six months after graduation.
You will have the following skills and abilities:
With further qualifications or training, philosophy graduates could be well suited to the following job roles: