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Career Planning

America's Career InfoNet
Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Handbook   
Career Assessment Tools & Tests via
Career Project
Career Thoughts
Keirsey Temperament Sorter
Major Resource kits via University of Delaware
Major Resources via UNC - Wilmington
University of TN - What can I do with this degree?- English 
University of TN - What can I do with this degree? - Journalism 
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Federal and State 

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Professional Associations

American Association of Advertising Agencies
American Copy Editors Society
American Federation of Teachers
American Society of Journalist and Authors
American Society of Magazine Editors
American Society of Newspaper Editors
Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication
Association of American Publishers
Association of Travel Marketing Executives
Magazine Publishers of America
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
National Council of Teachers of English
National Education Association
National Newspaper Publishers Association
National Writers Union
Newspaper Association of American Foundation
Society for Technical Communication
Society of American Travel Writers
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators
Writers Guild of America



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10 Careers to Consider with an English Degree 

By Alina Dizik

As an English major, choosing a career path can be confusing -- especially if you're being compared to peers pursuing clear cut business or engineering careers. In fact, English majors have plenty of opportunities, but finding a specific career path requires you to delve into what you want to do. "One of the best things about [being] an English major is that there is no 'typical' career path," says Leslie Stevenson, director at University of Richmond's career development center.  Read more.