In honor of Valentine’s Day, we feature two “relationship-oriented” career options this month. Enjoy!
Customer Service Representative
What could be more precious than the relationship between a business and its customers? If you are interested in a bachelor’s degree-level career that will allow you to employ wonderful communication and conflict resolution skills and interface regularly with the public, learn more by clicking here.
To work as a health educator with a bachelor’s degree, you would likely need to have that degree in health education. If you are considering a different kind of graduate program after completing your Human Development or Psychology degree, however, consider health education or public health. Here’s another career that will allow you to build great helping relationships with those in need of your services. Read all about it at this link.