History education majors with a bachelor's degree often work in the education and government sectors. Many are self-employed. Others work in private, for-profit firms in sales and marketing jobs.
Potential jobs include educator, tour guide, museums/historical sites, park ranger, historic preservationist, archaeologist, think tank, cultural resources, writer, editor, multimedia producer, publisher, archivist, records manager, librarian, information manager, lawyer, paralegal, litigation support, foundations, contract historian, insurance, and intelligence/diplomacy.
For more information on careers in your major or help choosing a major, contact the NSU Career Center.