Having been out of college for not quite two years, I don't have much "professional" experience to speak of, but I think I may have discovered what I want to do--at least this year! In college, I majored in English and while I graduated with no minors, I had almost enough credits for minors in three subjects: French, History, and Psychology. I also graduated with a licensure to teach high school English.
I have not been teaching, however. I have been working with web sites. Thanks to changing my career plans, I found something I love to do. I currently work on web sites that use Cold Fusion and are database-generated. I like it because it integrates web design and databases, and I think this is the area in which I want to focus. My background in English does come in handy as I am the final editor of the content I place on the web, and my language ability helps me to learn the language of the web.
It is said that writers, good writers, paint pictures with words. I have never considered myself a writer, but what I like most about web design is that it literally allows you to create pictures with your words.