Job Ideas

Many occupations require that individuals have excellent writing, communication and problem solving skills. Being able to learn new information quickly and work well with others on a team is also very important.
You can use your education in a wide variety of fields, and your future career may relate more to your personal career interests, work values and transferable skills than anything specific to the content of your major.
Use this as an idea list, and remember that it represents some, but certainly not all, of the careers you might consider. Take a look!



Public relations specialist

Book buyer/seller
Account representative
Marketing consultant
Writers' agent
Web content developer/writer
Technical writer
Human resources assistant
Information architect
Corporate librarian

Critic (art, film, books, etc)
Casting director
Television reporter
Public relations assistant
Radio production assistant
Research assistant
Technical writer
K-12 Teacher (with K-12 certification)
Librarian (with graduate education)
ESL teacher/tutor
Admissions representative
Assistant Director
Development officer
Program administrator
Publications coordinator
Records manager
Financial aid counselor
Classroom assistant
Circulation assistant
Credentials evaluator
 Government/ Nonprofit:
Executive director
Speech writer
Grant writer
Museum collections assistant
Fund-raising coordinator
Legislative assistant
Public relations specialist
Human services coordinator
Special events coordinator

Don't like any of these suggestions? Go to the Professional Areas to Consider page for some more ideas and a closer look at some of these exciting jobs!