Why did I choose this course:
Because during that time, Mass Communication was very in demand. And I believed that this course will really uplift my personality.
About my college education:
I've learned to develop my personality, my grammar in English and Tagalog. The most difficult subjects were Logic, Accounting & Spanish. The most useful things I've learned were speaking fluent in English, right accent and personality development.
Passing exams was difficult, since it was a State University, they will not accept students who have a low IQ. A lot of my classmates in elementary failed the entrance exam. And yes, many students decided to shift to another course, because they found out that Broadcast Journalism was one of the most difficult and expensive courses, during that time.
You should have a positive attitude and eagerness to learn for succeeding in this course.
My current job:
I am an Executive Secretary, reporting directly to the President of the company.
Am I using what I learned in college:
My good communication skills (both English and Tagalog). My typing skills, my confidence upon myself.
How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
It took me 6 months before I started my career as a Department Secretary in the largest bookstore in our country.
Do I recommend studying BS in Broadcast Journalism:
Nowadays, Broadcast Journalism is no longer in demand, instead Information Technology is the best course. Although, it can be useful in taking up this course, since Call Center is a fast growing industry, a good communication is really required when applying for this job.
The salary is not to attractive from the start, but in the near future, you will earn what you are expecting.
It is an interesting career, especially if you will be assigned in different networks in our country.
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