Ignore the other answer Selena as that's just wrong. I teach English Language and Literature to university level and quite a few of my former students have went on to read Humanities at university. Quite a lot always come back and tell me of how they're doing since graduating. And a lot of Humanities graduates have got jobs in Marketing, Public Relations, Human Resources. Market Research and the Media. Not to mentions using that as the foundation for a post-graduate in Education like I did back in the day. There are lots of jobs and careers available, which is why Humantities still remain very popular and viable subjects.