University degrees in the humanities are designed to foster intellectual growth and develop comprehensive faculties of reasoning and argument. They are not meant to provide narrow vocational training. Your degree is an important asset, but it is only part of your ongoing education; most graduates take further training either before they enter the job market or in the workplace itself. Your eventual choice of career will depend, in part, on the skills and knowledge you acquire at university, but also on your personality, interests and the needs of the marketplace.
The Career Planning and Employment Centre in Gilmour Hall, Room GH110, has a wealth of information on careers for English graduates and provides guidance to help you plan your future.