Advice from English Majors Who Went on to Other Lines of Work

I'm learning about careers and jobs available for English majors so I can help my students prepare for life after college.

If you were an English major who went on to another line of work (or several others), rather than teaching secondary English or going to grad school in English, I would be so grateful if you would share a bit of your story with me by completing this questionnaire.


Paul T. Corrigan, PhD

What's your name?
Your answer
Did you major in English?
Where did you go to school?
Your answer
When did you finish?
Your answer
What's your story? What other line(s) of work did/do you do? How did it come about for you to get there from majoring in English?
Your answer
How has what you learned in your English degree helped you in your career or your life?
Your answer
What career advice would you give current English majors?
Your answer
May I quote you on your answers above?
If I ever have an English major interested in your line of work, would it be alright for me to put them in touch with you?
If you answered yes to the question above, what's the best way to get in touch with you?
Your answer
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