Check your career placement office of your college.
Other career possiblities
By Another Sue
It depends upon the area your degree comes under.
Mine is psychology. We had a seminar on what careers possibilites we had. I could work in hospitals: teaching, couseling, being a case manager. I could work with DHS, Ag service, numerous state jobs. I could work in a university education department. I like writing and wrote for a local paper. The local news channel always had jobs posted at our college for people who like to write. Basically, you can go for any job that requires a unspecified bachelor's degree. Marketing and sales jobs don't always specify a degree in marketing, just a bachelor's degree. I worked in a computer sales floor with people with degrees in anthropology to zoology!
Friends of mine who left teaching because of children, or moving, have been pharmeceutical salespeople, public relation managers, office managers, museum guides, and tutors at Sylvan (I was offered this job when I took my Praxis I). Some were in-house corporate trainers. Most of these, however, worked in these positions while getting state certification or graduate degrees then returned to teaching.
I hope this helps. If you want another job, go for it and good luck.