It's great to hear what you're considering. I majored in international relations and history with a French minor, and now work with companies to help them have a positive impact on society (social impact + business). I met a CEO of a billon-dollar software company this week who earned a Masters degree in Anthropology. All of that to say what you major in (particularly in liberal arts/social sciences) does not limit the work you can do following. The best decisions I've made in education and work have been to turn toward what most excites me (not what's most pragmatic or lucrative or acceptable).
Olivia recommends the following next steps:
- Ask questions in CV or reach out to people via LinkedIn who hold these jobs/work in these fields and ask them about their experiences. I thought I wanted to be an art curator at one point and after speaking to people who had this job, I decided not to pursue it.