Real jobs for college graduates who major in English, journalism, or communications.
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Explore your career choices in this section of Quintessential Careers, which provides you with real job titles and careers that correspond with specific college majors. While your degree is important, so too is what you major in while in college.
Job titles for graduates with English, journalism, or communications studies degrees:
- Acquisitions Editor, Assistant
- Advertising Copywriter
- Book Reviewer
- Communications Coordinator
- Community Relations Specialist
- Document & Procedures Analyst
- Editorial Assistant
- Fact Checker
- Feature Writer
- Freelance Writer
- Greeting Card Writer
- Information Specialist
- Magazine Writer/Editor
- Marketing Writer
- Media Planner
- Media Specialist
- News Associate Producer/Editor
- Project Editor
- Promotion Specialist
- Publicity Specialist/Coordinator
- Public Information Officer
- Public Relations Specialist
- Publishing Assistant
- Reading Consultant
- Speech Writer
- Sports Writer
- Technical Writer
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