Anything you want! The options are limitless, as most employers are looking for skilled communicators to add to their teams.
A 2010 survey of employers by the National Association of Colleges and Employers ranked communication skills as the #1 attribute they seek in potential employees. Attention to our communication competency is critical to achieving excellence; even presidential candidates and top CEOs routinely participate in training to improve their communication ability. Students in any field of study will benefit from taking courses in this field and participating in program co-curricular activities.
Following are just some of the careers of people who have majored in communication:
Public Relations Manager, News Radio Director, Publicist, Community Affairs Liaison, Nonprofit Organization Director, Marketing Communications Manager, Corporate Communications Director, Diversity Consultant, Television Reporter, Events Director, Journalist, College Professor, Mediator, Volunteer Coordinator, and countless others.