What kind of job can you get with a bachelor's degree in architecture?
Architect, Interior designer, industrial designer, landscape architect, civil engineer, graphic designer...
You can not apply for a job in the High School range, with a bachelors degree. But you can apply for an Art assistant job or subbing job in any public grade school. You can only apply at certain Catholic Grade schools. For any more information visit- (http://jobs.com). But this all depends if your degree is a Bachelors or a Masters.
Does a person with a bachelor's degree or a person with a bachelor's degree and an associate's degree stand a better chance in the job market?
They are both the same thing. In order to get a bachelor's degree you must go to school for 4 years. An associate's degree is only a 2 year degree and you receive an associate degree before you receive your bachelors degree. The only degree's that can out do a bachelors degree is a master's degree and a PHD.
Having a bachelor's degree will open up a variety of possibilities. Although the degree is not particular to a specific career path, there are many positions that just require a bachelors degree. There are many in middle management, human resources, business organizations, government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels. You will have to do the research, but the jobs are there.
I have a BS degree in interdisciplinary studies, with a specialization in elementary education, meaning I can teach early childhood through fourth grade in Texas (once I am certified by the state). I am also interested, though, in what other jobs are available for me besides a general education teacher.
A baccalaurteate is a Bachelors Degree (Ba); the use of the degree depends entirely on the the material that was studied and what job it is being applied to. For example a Bachelors Degree in Law is only useful if it is applied in a legal (and sometimes commercial field). You would not use it if you wanted to teach at elementary school, for that you would require a BA in elementary education or education.
What is the average starting salary for a film or communications graduate with a Bachelors Degree vs a Masters Degree?
There is absolutely no benefit right out of college for your first job. The masters degree will benefit you later down the line in the 3rd, possibly second job......It is recommended that communications majors enter the market after the bachelors to get experience, and slowly work on masters. Many companies have tuition reimbursement as well which is another reason to go ahead and join the work force.