Communication Studies is a broad degree that can lead to job opportunities in many different fields, such as public relations/advertising, business, media, non-profit, and government. Skills and experiences gained through co-curricular activities, internships, part-time jobs, and volunteering are essential for preparing you to be the best candidate for the most fulfilling job after graduation.
What Can You Do with a Communication Degree?
As a communication major, you have a competitive advantage. A degree in communication studies prepares you for a wide range of occupations and offers a skill set that employers are demanding more than all others: the ability to communicate effectively.
In today's job market, effective communication skills have never been more important. According to an American Management Association 2010 Critical Skills Survey, effective communication — the ability to synthesize and convey ideas in written and verbal form — is one of the most important skills to have for a long and successful career. Some graduates with a communication studies major enroll in graduate school or law school, while others pursue careers in:
The job market is in high demand of employees who have proficient and superior communication skills, including:
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