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I'm currently an English major in my third year at a college in the United States. When I first declared my major as English, a lot of people acted like the only thing that you can do with an English degree is be a teacher. However, the more internships and job descriptions I've been looking at, the more I realize that companies want people who can write and communicate.
Obviously, there is a lot of technology jobs out there, but there is also a lot of companies who are looking for who can write! Being a S.T.E.M major isn't the only meas to getting a job.
If you are a humanities major, have you dealt with people being harsh or belittling you because of your major?