Apply career development theories and methodologies from Week 1 readings (Benbunan-Rich, and Walker-Donnelly) observing and analyzing verbal, nonverbal and intercultural communication that can be found on companies online. Also use research skills to investigate potential job opportunities using the Occupational Outlook Handbook managed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics https://www.bls.gov/ooh/home.htm to be able to ultimately answer the question: I have a Communication degree – Now what? You can also reference the What can I do with this major https://whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major/ tip sheet provided by ASC Career Services. Employment areas explored may include but are not limited to media and communication, business, entertainment and sports, management, and sales. The aim is to learn to research workplace communication with stakeholders, different cultural communication observations and technology specific to employment in the communication field. Pick two jobs or graduate programs in communication career fields and research the job summary, job titles, level of education needed, brief desсrіption of work environment, pay range and how employment in this job/career is expected to grow. Research documents from the company you have chosen and their investor relations annual summary, recent press releases, work environment, the job outlook, pay and similar occupations to understand the breadth and depth of these employment opportunities. Write a 3-5 page paper including references from the readings and sharing the results of your research and detailing what your next steps will be to pursue the job openings now that you will have a Communication degree. Paper must be formatted in APA style with a cover page, page numbers and headings, in-text citations, and a reference page. The cover page and reference page do not count in the 3-5 page required page count. Please refer to the Paper Writing Rubric for guidance on the evaluation of your written assignment.