career that demands a refined sensitivity to deep human concerns as
well as to human cultures, morality, and aspirations will value students
trained in the academic study of religion.
Some go on to graduate
studies or professional schools to strengthen their qualifications;
others move into work in the private or service sectors in which they
may not often discuss religious issues, but where religious concerns and
influences always are present. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics has a list of occupations that fall within that category.
In any profession one important consideration is salary. The chart below will give you an indication of the earning potential for individuals seeking employment in the field of religion: