Maybe you already know exactly what you want to study once you graduate high school. Perhaps you're a current first-year student who is still undecided. You may have friends or relatives — or even a little voice inside your head! — urging you toward specific degrees and majors. It's all about setting yourself up for the life you want after college, which leads some to look at English a bit skeptically, as if it's not "practical" enough. Well, I'm here to tell you that the skills you'll gain while earning a degree in English make it one of the most versatile degrees you can earn. Here are three skills English majors will attain and how each can help you in the workplace.

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