You may study arts and humanities in a range of different fields, and your day-to-day tasks will depend on the area in which you choose to work.
You may choose to work in communications, media or writing. In this sector, you may be responsible for tasks including designing and implementing communications strategies and policies, managing content production, producing content including press releases, website and advertising copy, photos and graphics and merchandise and managing a creative team.
If you choose to work as a public relations manager, you’ll likely be responsible for designing and developing a public relations strategy, overseeing the development of pitches, audiences and relevant materials such as photographs and press releases, and maintaining relationships with journalists and talent managers.
If you choose to work in social work or counselling, you’ll likely meet with clients, examine and record their information, provide resources and information to stakeholders, develop rehabilitation plans, and assist clients with treatment and employment options, including referring clients to drug, alcohol, housing and relationship support services.
If you choose to work in social and cultural policy development and analysis, you may perform tasks including collating and analysing historical data; organising, authenticating, evaluating and interpreting historical, political, social, anthropological and linguistic information; and undertaking historical and cultural research into human activity, and preparing and presenting research findings.
You may also choose to undertake research and work as a teacher or academic in your chosen field.