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Andi Beyers

Most jobs require the ability to communicate well in writing, and in today's economy, most employers want a candidate with at least a bachelor's degree. If you are looking for work in linguistics, (my first major program of study,) I recommend applying for an education at places like the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) in California, or other universities like it. Humanities studies are another good choice for linguistics majors. If you seek a career in journalism, go for a bachelor's degree in journalism at almost any college that offers that program. From there, you have a much broader range of choices and opportunities to apply your skills, and they won't be limited to just linguistics or journalism. You could get into marketing, for example, and a host of other industries using these skills.

Good luck!

Answered 7 years ago

Andi Beyers