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Communications and Journalism

Educational programs in communications and journalism can train you to work in radio, television, news and business. Continue reading to learn about academic requirements and job opportunities so you can decide if this field is a good fit for you.

Inside Communications and Journalism

There are varied career opportunities in communications and journalism, including public relations specialist, news anchor, reporter, author and radio broadcaster. Work environments in communications and journalism can include offices, broadcasting studios and home offices. Authors, editors and writers sometimes have the freedom to make their own schedules, although they often must meet tight deadlines. In some careers, you could also have to work in the field, since you may have to meet with clients or go to the scene of a news event. Many people in this field are curious, willing to take the initiative, creative and good at research.

If you want to further explore possible occupations in communications and journalism, the following resources from Study.com can help you make effective academic and career decisions.

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