How would you find a job from studying the field of English?
Is there any other career than something like a teacher? I've heard from other people that I handle things where I have to teach people pretty well but I'm not sure if that is what I want to pursue.
I would maybe like to go into the field of journalism , but I find finding resources in my community to be difficult and confusing.
If you've been told that you're good at teaching, that's probably because you have strong communication skills and empathy. These skills will allow you to succeed in any career you decide to pursue.
If journalism interests you, I highly recommend working at your school's newspaper. Many journalists get their start at college newspapers, and this is a really great space to build relationships that will help you land an internship/fellowship/full time job. Even if you decide that you don't want to become a journalist full time, this is a great space to improve your writing and make friends.
I worked in advertising as a copywriter at ad agencies and with in-house advertising departments as a creative director. I worked in a variety of businesses writing marketing strategic plans. I also worked in public affairs in crisis management and outreach.
In addition, you can also continue your education in law, and work in the legal field as a paralegal or an attorney.
Working in the media is an additional niche that you may choose. Digital media experts, journalists and editors are all careers that need writers.
Book publishers as well as the television and film industries employ writers in various capacities. If you’re creative, you may follow that direction.
With all of these options, it would behoove you to pursue a graduate degree.