What kind of job do you think that I could have with a major in journalism a minor in politics, and an emphasis in computer programming classes? I am very interested in all these areas and i like what I am doing, it's just that I'm not quite sure what I can do with them besides the obvious careers. Any help would be appreciated!!!
I am considering changing my major at NYU to mcc because I want something creative based but realistic. Is marketing management a possible job or is that a completely separate field?
So I have a BA in Psychology. Honestly, it's hard finding a job because I need to get my masters. I realized I don't want to pursue a career in psychology. My heart is in journalism and I was told you would be okay just getting a Bachelors for that. So I was planning on applying at another university for a journalism program. I heard it's hard to get grants but I still think it would be cheaper for me to go with a BA in journalism instead of my masters.
How do you become a news reporter?
What do you have to do/Where do you go first?
Then after the 1st thing, what do you do then?
in the UK (BBC)
Ok, or any news/media company?
I'm currently living in Michigan and my university has a Broadcasting program. The only problem is that it is too concentrated on the technical side (such as audio, video, editing, and copywriting) rather than working on scripts and on-air talent. I'm majoring in Journalism (since I love to write, travel, and communicate with others) and Theatre (to help with the communication and public speaking part). I'm also minoring in Anthropology. It would be a dream job for me if I could work as a television journalist. I'm just disappointed at the program here. With what I am studying, would this be sufficient enough to get a job in media or electronic journalism in today's workforce?
I just received my associates degree in history and I'm transferring to a 4 year school in the fall. I cant decide whether I want to continue to get my BA in history and minor in political science, or major in political science and minor in journalism while still having an AS in history. Maybe major in journalism and minor in political science? Either way, all three majors interlink, requiring pretty much most of the same classes. Whatever I do, I want it to involve those three aspects. Im just unsure which degree would be more efficient to find a job and make a higher salary.
I'll be graduating in college in 2 years. I'm majoring in English and minoring in Journalism. I write a weekly column for the school newspaper as well as contribute film reviews when I can. I am a tutor in writing center, and I am an editor for our school's literary magazine. Will this be enough to land be a decent job at a decent newspaper or magazine?
I keep seeing them at colleges that I'm investigating. I love to write, stories and occasionally an essay that I love the subject of. I enjoy English class, poetry and everything that we do. I'm just not sure what kind of jobs are out there for a English major or a writing major.
I mean do you call them a magazine writer, or just a writer, or are they considered a journalist? Someone who say writer for an art magazine? Not as a critic though, more as a reporter. What would their official title be? Thanks!
My husband is set to graduate in one year with a Masters Degree in Asian Studies. He has intermediate knowledge of Mandarin and has lived in Taiwan for 2 years. He does not have very much experiance. He doesn't want to teach or work in business. He likes public policy making and humanitarian institutions. His dreams job is Diplomacy but idk how he's start that.
Where can he start?
And if an ESPN employee sees this question can I have a job with you guys in 2 1/2 years. PLEASE!!
I just got my BA in English and I want to go back to get my MA in Communications. I'm going into teaching but what other jobs can I get with these degrees?
I was thinking of majoring in European Studies in college. I'm going to take through AP Spanish 5 in high school, and I'm half hispanic [though you can't tell]. I'm particularly interested in Italy. I went there this past year and it was an amazing experience. I'd love to take Italian in college. But what kinds of jobs would a person with a degree in European Studies be suited for? I'd be a horrible teacher.
What job would be sutable for someone like this?
Someone who likes to learn about cultures, and religions, likes to meet people, likes to travel, can speak many languages, and also likes to learn many, argue and debate about matters of religion, and wants to help.
is there any carrer out there for this kind of person?
Sounds like a cool job if your a thrill seeker looking for adventure, but I'm curious how you land a job like that? Anyone know how??
Hi, I wanna have another job when I grow up other than being a writer. What are some jobs that writers/avid readers woud like (I know of librarians, but what else?)
I am looking for a major with many career opportunities because I am still undecided on what I want to do and want to keep my options open. Please help, thanks.
I'd really love to do this job, especially so I could go and talk to both sides of a conflict.
But how do you become a war reporter? I mean, sports journalists might be former athletes, food and drink writers might have done a college course in catering, but a war reporter?
Any serious help welcome, thanks!
I'm a 22yr old male, no previous experience in journalism (but I am well-travelled through the Middle East and north Africa) and I hail from Dorset, England.
I absolutely LOVE journalism and writing in general, but i realize how little they get paid. I am really smart (#1 in my soph. high school class of 300) and want something more than just the average 20,000 a year u get in a journalism career. does anyone know of something that deals with writing or journalism that gets paid more?
Will there be any options after I graduate? I am a Journalism major and a Criminology minor. I speak English, Korean, and Japanese fluently.