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Journalism Major + Spanish Minor

clarkkclarkk Registered User Posts: 58 Junior Member
edited August 2012 in Journalism Major
Does journalism plus a language go well together?
Would this increase my employability, and what would be the pros and cons of this match?
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Replies to: Journalism Major + Spanish Minor

  • wondering2012wondering2012 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    I'm trying to do it but with a minor in French. I'm puertorrican so Spanish is natural for me obviously, my english is not great so I'm working on it.

    I believe that another language will open doors for you. I know a professor that tells to his students: If you want to work in a state, you will have a state of opportunities, if you want to work in a country you will have a country of opportunities BUT if you wanna work anywhere in the world then you will have a world of opportunities.

    I believe any major is good as long as its something you like and are not doing it because you're family wants you to do it. But I also have my doubts which it's something natural.
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