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Perhaps the most frequently asked question after "what is linguistics?" is "what can I do with a linguistics degree?"
There are many more career options for a linguistics major other than teaching languages or becoming a translator.
Many graduate schools offer programs in applied and computational linguistics. In addition to that, linguistics majors are well prepared for analyzing data, creating strong arguments and writing clearly because of the nature of linguistics. And since linguistics is the study of language, a bachelor's degree in linguistics prepares students for any job related to language: journalism, editorial jobs, advertising, and so on.