PR career resources, mentors and
Future in Public Relations
Who has a future in PR, what gets
you started, where to find career
support when the going gets rough,
and why you should even bother.
Lots of details and links in this
How to Get a Job in Public Relations
PR employment writier Carlo Pandian says it's the very first steps you take
that may help to ensure a long and successful career in the ever-chaning
public relations industry.
Career Choices: In-House or Agency?
The public relations professional fresh to the field may face a difficult
in choosing between a career at an agency, or providing
in-house services. Amanda DiSilvestro details the options.
Graduates: Words of Advice
Breaking into public relations fresh out of college is as tough as it's
ever been, but Dick Pirozzolo has an insider's take on how to knock at
Relations Career X Factor
completed your studies and are ready for that entry level PR job. Now is
the time to make your mark, with some advice from Cori McKeever.
How to Start Your Dream Career in Public
More entry-level jobs in public relations are won through personal networks
than by job boards and ads. Amanda DiSilvestro provides six tips on how to
network your way to a PR career while still an intern at college.
Job Interview Tips
From the Mailbag: "I'm trying
to schedule interviews with larger
PR agencies in my home city. Do
you have any tips for my first
'real world' job interview?"
Sure thing, right here.
I be a PR Intern?
Internships can give a big boost
up your career ladder in public
relations. Lots of leads and
links, and don't miss the 'best
tip' for making the most of your
Job descriptions for public relations, career
tips, salaries, list of schools and more courtesy of BrainTrack.
The WetFeet Network provides
information on companies, careers,
and industries that job seekers
use throughout their careers to
make smarter career decisions.
WetFeet also offers job seekers
expert advice, newsletters, salary
benchmarking tools, and discussion
boards on everything from
negotiating a raise to writing
better cover letters.
A not-for-profit online
communications forum focused on
communications professionals in
the first 10 years of their
Forecast on Public Relations & Related Jobs
The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides
extensive detail on the outlook for PR professionals, including job prospects,
qualifications necessary, working conditions, pay and such.
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