Two years ago, I graduated university with a Bachelor in Urban Affairs and a concentration of Land Planning and also received a certificate in G.I.S. In addition to this, I achieved a minor in German but as I have yet to find a job in the field, I am considering other fields.
Unfortunately, when I made the mid-college decision to buckle down so-to-speak and choose a career, I had it in my mind that urban planning would be more about the actual architecture and building structure/form than what I found, but found out that it was more politically intense than I enjoy, yet decided to push through anyway. The G.I.S. aspect of the field was most interesting but am yet not able to find a job there either.
Does anyone know of any really good transitional fields where I might be able to use a passion for building/ancient history/foreign languages and an urban planning degree (found out my school's program isn't accredited as well)? Any help is appreciated and I do understand that this is an odd question, not meant to be insulting to the planning profession.