Do you have what it takes to pursue a career in public relations? Public relations professionals build relationships with the media, write speeches, coach business leaders on conducting interviews, issue press releases, organize special events and otherwise help to build a positive public image for companies and clients.
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Still not sure? Take a moment to read about the most popular public relations jobs (courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor):
Public Relations Specialist
Public relations specialists handle organizational functions such as media, community, consumer, industry, and employee and investor relations. They do more than “tell the organization’s story.” They must understand the attitudes and concerns of the community, consumer, employee, and public interest groups and establish and maintain cooperative relationships with them and with representatives from print and broadcast journalism.
Public Relations Manager
Public relations managers are responsible for directing the organization’s publicity programs to a targeted audience. They use every available communication medium to maintain the support of consumers, stockholders and the general public. Public relations managers are the eyes and ears of top management and have the firm’s brand and image top of mind.