This is an excellent question! History and liberal arts is a admirable path to follow.
Among the jobs you can consider are: advertising executive, analyst, archivist, broadcaster, campaign worker, consultant, congressional aide, editor, foreign service officer, foundation staffer, information specialist, intelligence agent, journalist, legal assistant, lobbyist, personnel manager, public relations staffer, researcher, teacher . . . the list can be almost endless.
More specifically, though, with your degree in history you can be an educator, researcher, communicator or editor, information manager, advocate, or even a businessperson.
A great resource to check out is https://www.historians.org/jobs-and-professional-development/career-resources/careers-for-history-majors
where you will find some great options and information to follow.
Ryan recommends the following next steps:
- Talk to your school career counselor and plan for any extra areas of study.