English/Humanities/Liberal Arts

English/Humanities/Liberal Arts

Careers

Careers in this pathway are related to teaching, law, public service, editing, journalism, and public relations. If you want to hone your critical thinking, communication skills and develop advanced reading and writing skills, then this is a good career path for you. For many careers in this area, a four-year degree is required.

Job Outlook

Liberal arts students’ employment and earnings have increased over time. More liberal arts graduates are reporting employment that relates to their degree. And more recently salary offers have risen for many liberal arts graduates. Those who study liberal arts can pursue a range of careers. Employers also look for a strong work ethic, teamwork, initiative, interpersonal skills, and problem-solving and analytical abilities. These are the very kinds of abilities honed by coursework in the humanities and social sciences. Employment and Training Administration.

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Salary Range (Michigan)

Operations Manager

$37,630 - $208,000

Reporter

$22,030 - $90,220

Statistical Assistant

$33,610 - $63,960
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition.