With broad-based training and refined analytical, research and communications skills you will be prepared to create a successful life in a variety of professions, some requiring additional education, from college professor or cardiologist to computer analyst, lawyer, small business owner, or social service agency administrator and beyond.
Some of today's most highly respected business, political, and cultural leaders hold degrees in a humanities discipline. Check out the section on Power, Ambition and Glory on the Forbes Magazine web site for interesting interviews with some of these leaders.
Stanford's Graduate School of Business has one of the most highly ranked and selective MBA programs in the country. Here is their undergrad major profile for their current class:
Humanities/Social Sciences 47%
Engineering/Mathematics/Natural Sciences 36%
Please know that some of these occupations require additional education training, such as master's degrees, law school, or med school.