Today’s employers expect new hires to have skills in time management, team management, negotiation, judgement and decision-making, communication, creativity, cooperation, problem-solving and cognitive flexibility. Employers are also looking for folks with a service orientation, self-awareness, and emotional intelligence. These are skills that are developed through vegan sociological training.

Vegan sociologists could find themselves across a wide range of careers including:

• Academia
• Charities (fundraising, marketing and design, research, social media, computer tech, speaking, event organization, etc.)
• Sanctuaries & shelters
• Arts (film, photography, writing, painting, etc.)
• Cooking and food development
• Technology development
• Journalism
• Fashion
• Government
• Politics
• Veterinary
• Wildlife conservation
• National parks and conservation areas