People that are looking to change careers in general usually wonder if they can get a job with another field with their existing college degrees. There is nothing wrong with looking for other employment options after completing your educational program; however, the question remains, can you get hired?
The problem with thinking that you can get a job within your chosen field after finishing your college degree is that most employers will see you as a person that has graduated with a degree that will not really be helpful for you in your particular career. This is not to say that your education is useless; but it just does not mean that you will have the skills that you need to succeed within this particular field.
One thing to remember is that it is not unusual for someone to start with a Bachelor's degree but then graduate with a Master's degree. This does not make the Bachelor's degree worthless because the person can still do something with his or her education. In fact, it makes it very practical since you would still have a job, and that job may actually be better than the one you had before you graduated.
Of course, it is not always the case that a person can finish their college education by having a Master's degree or any other higher degree, because this can actually put you in a weaker position when looking for a job. This is because employers will look for someone who is able to learn new things and have mastered an area of study, because they know that if they hire an individual who has no experience in the specific field that they are hiring for, they could end up being redundant.
So, as you can see, it is not impossible for you to get a job in different fields if you want one. But, you may not want to pursue this route unless you are already skilled in the field that you are interested in. For example, if you want to work in the medical field, you should have at least a Master's degree before you apply for a job with that specific field. If you do not have a Masters degree, then it may be best to just wait for another opportunity to present itself to you instead.
However, it is true that most positions in many different fields require that the candidate have at least a bachelor's degree. However, this does not mean that you can not get a job in other fields if you are not a full . . . . . . time student. There is no reason why you cannot get a job with another college degree other than you are just not talented enough in that particular field.