The main reasons for studying sociology are career choices, the solution to specific problems, and offering of problem definitions for various issues.
There are many careers associated with sociology such as being sociologists, teachers and university instructors, researchers, and counsellors (Massey 8). Sociologists also work in non-profit organizations, government institutions, and as policy analysts in various institutions. There are others that work as human resource managers in various organizations and consultants for various social issues such as family-related ones. Those that advance their degree in sociology work as research analysts, gerontologists, statisticians, community developers, criminologists, or urban planner. There are other specialized sociologists who work as professional counsellors and therapists in various fields, such as handling trauma cases in humans. NGOs and Social Service Agencies require professional sociologists to work as program directors and managers in their organizations (9). The career in sociology is very wide making the course preferable to many candidates worldwide.
Sociology also provides abstract analytical models of the society to help in understanding the society behaviour, social order, and stability, which help in the social change (Sociology.hanover.edu n.p). The subject helps in addressing social problems such as family disunity and come up with solutions. Public sociology that focuses on issues such as solutions to specific problems by different clients in the government, businesses, and big organizations is very important (Sociology.hanover.edu n.p). Sociologists offer constructive information and advice to the various organizations to help in their management and growth. Through offering motivational talks and seminars to the employees and the stakeholders of these business organizations and governments, sociologists enhance their morale to achieve the organizational