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Best & Worst States for Millennials–Some Surprises

April 17th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetDuring recent visits to Penn State, Arizona State and Marquette, I urged soon-to-graduate PR students to begin their careers in major markets such as New York, Chicago and San Francisco. While I still stand by my belief that these cities are where the most PR jobs can be found, a new report from the personal-finance […]

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Writing a Case Study? Insights from a Winner

April 13th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetBy Steven Pelham and Brooke Smith Every year, the Arthur W. Page Society teams up with the Institute for Public Relations to hold a case study competition between students from accredited business and communications schools to see who can craft the most relevant, comprehensive case study. This year, we were the grand prize winners for […]

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Practical Advice from the Diary of a ‘PR Girl’

April 11th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetBy Becca Hary After graduating from college, I packed my Volkswagen and drove straight from South Bend to Chicago. I was ready to conquer the world, not just the Windy City. That drive to my new apartment in Wrigleyville was more than 20 years ago. While life and work can be a roller coaster, I’ve […]

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Corporate PR Insights from Future Pro

April 9th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetBy Elizabeth Driver Knowledge plays a vital role in the public relations profession. Practitioners are expected to continuously develop and expand their understanding of the ever-changing PR industry. For some, this may include checking daily trade news, attending professional conferences and seminars, and engaging in online forums or discussion boards. But for corporate communication professionals, […]

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6 Career Development Tips for Young PR Pros

April 2nd, 2018 · 1 Comment

Tweet Whether you’re a recent college grad or young professional, the public relations industry isn’t for the faint hearted. This particular industry has a higher churn rate than most, allowing you a short window to break into this industry. While it might be difficult for a newbie to get their foot in the door, these […]

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