|Title||:||I'm an English Major - Now What?|
|Publisher||:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Release||:||March 11, 2006|
|File type||:||PDF, ePub, eBook|
|File||:||I'm an English Major - Now What?-Timothy Lemire.pdf|
|Last Checked||:||11 minutes ago|
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Find a Job You Love With Your English Degree What do Steven Spielberg, Alan Alda, Barbara Walters, Clarence Thomas, Diane Sawyer , and Stephen King have in common? That's right–they were English majors who now have successful careers. I'm an English Major - Now What? helps English majors and graduates understand their skills and talents so they can find satisfying jobs across a diversity of fields and dispels common fears and misconceptions that English majors will never make good money. In this book, you'll learn: • How an English major background can be very marketable • How an English major's skills can be applied to an array of jobs and careers (beyond teaching and writing) • How an English major can develop valuable skills and experience through school and extracurricular activities You'll also find answers to common questions such as: • Should I go to graduate school? Should I wait? • How do I begin a freelancing career? • Would I do well in a corporate setting? Authored by a former English major with professional experience across many areas, including corporate communications, journalism, publishing, teaching, and writing, this guide also features more than a dozen interviews with English majors who were able to translate their skills into satisfying careers.
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