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PR Specialist Named One of the Best Careers for 2011

Posted by Levine Communications Office on December 6, 2010

In an article released today, US News and World Report  listed “Public Relations Specialist” as one of the best careers for 2011.  With a projected growth of 24% (or 66,000 jobs) over the next 8 years, this field has one of the best outlooks and opportunity for advancement. 

It’s also a career where being a “brand” is just as important as the brands you represent.

In the article, Public Relations Society of America 2011 Chair and CEO Gary McCormick states, “You really determine your own career and your own path because you become a subject matter expert in an area, you become a consultant, and the better you are, you individually can move, even if you go into an agency.”

Having a background and training in communications and journalism are some of the avenues that can lead you to a career in Public Relations.  But with this field (or any field for that matter) EXPERIENCE is key.  And if you’re interested in a career in PR and think you have what it takes to become a “brand” in this industry, then apply for the Levine Communications Office Internship Program.

LCO’s intern program is one of the longest running in North America, with over 4,000 graduates. LCO interns have gone on to hold top jobs throughout the entertainment industry, and the program itself has been praised by such prominent names as Joseph Leiberman, Michael Bloomberg, David Geffen, George Bush, John McCain and Bill Clinton.

The LCO internship is not your “fetch coffee” and “make copies” average intern experience.   Here at LCO you’ll get real-world hands-on experience working with our publicists on projects with high-profile, celebrity clients. 

Are you ready to embark on that new career in Public Relations?  Then click here for more details on the LCO Internship Program

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