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I have completed MBA (HRM) and in search of a job. I wanted to ask, can I apply for the job whose specifications are master of social science.
What are the social sciences subjects? Can I apply for a job in which only masters of social sciences or masters of economics are specifically required? I have completed MBA in HRM.

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Asked by mksk85 Sunday Nov 14th 2010 in Learning Tips
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That is a lot of question. First, Social Science areas include:

* Anthropology

* Business studies

* Communication studies

* Criminology

* Geography

* History

* Linguistics

* Media studies

* Philosophy

* Political science

* Psychiatry

* Psychology

* Public administration

* Sociology

Now, the thing about social sciences, while they do have so theoretical commonalities, they however are different. So typically, what ever your focus was during your studies is the area in which you should be looking for a job.

As for your question about applying for a job outside your field, you can. You can always apply for a job, whats the worst that can happen they don't hire you.

For more information on this subject, check out this is of online articles about Starting Your career.

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