30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Do you ever wonder what some of our world’s leaders did before they held such important political positions? Find out, and then check out our roundup of current job openings.

Do you know what Justin Trudeau did before becoming prime minister of Canada?

How about George Weah, president of Liberia?

Trudeau was a teacher, and Weah was a professional soccer player (footballer, for our European audience) with A.C. Milan.

Many people are well aware of Donald Trump’s first career before becoming president of the United States (real estate professional, for those don’t remember), but you’re probably not as well versed in the first positions the rest of the world’s leaders held in their professional lives.

CashNetUSA recently posted its list of “The First Jobs of World Leaders” to help boost your knowledge.

Military- and education-based professions were the most popular, with 34 world leaders having worked in these areas.  On the other hand, only one leader has worked in the following professional fields: “math and science,” “economics,” “not for profit,” “religion and spirituality,” “service” and “social sciences.”

Here are a few interesting first jobs: Guatemala’s Jimmy Morales started out as a comedian, Mongolia’s Khaltmaagiin Battulga was a professional wrestler and Afghanistan’s Ashraf Ghani is a former anthropology professor.

See all the interactive continent maps here, to find out where 197 of the world’s leaders started their professional lives.

Are you looking to land your first role in the communications world? The U.S. Green Building Council seeks a communications intern in Washington, D.C.

It summarizes the role:

The Communications Intern will gain valuable insight into the world of non-profit public relations and communications by working directly with the USGBC Marketing & Communications team. Overall responsibilities will include content development for online articles, fact checking and research, assisting with the development of social media content, assisting with planning for and production of multimedia assets, development of messaging materials for PR campaigns and announcements, and support of the production of the USGBC+ member magazine. Interns will be encouraged to participate in planning meetings and contribute their ideas to marketing & communications plans and initiatives. This unpaid internship is based out of our D.C. Headquarters.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Senior marketing manager—Ragan Communications and PR Daily (Illinois)

Director of communications, employee experience and community engagement—Transamerica (Colorado)

Communications specialist—Textron Systems (Maryland)

Global senior internal communications manager—International Rescue Committee (New York)

Public relations director—University of Chicago (Illinois)

Communications director—Alliance for Children’s Rights (California)

Public relations intern—Ketchum Inc. (Florida)

Corporate communications specialist—BDO Canada (Canada)

PR account executive—Allison+Partners (Illinois)

Public affairs director—American University (Washington, D.C.)

Consumer communications director—Instagram (California)

Member communications manager—CVS Health (Arizona)

Assistant director of external communications and public relations—University of Michigan (Michigan)

Marketing and communications copywriter—Columbia Association (Maryland)

Communications specialist—Lenovo (North Carolina)

Corporate communications manager—British Fashion Council (United Kingdom)

Associate account executive—Cision (Ohio)

Associate editor—The Mountain Press (Tennessee)

Media relations director—Texas Education Agency (Texas)

PR coordinator—New York & Co. (New York)

Media relations specialist—Children’s Hospital Colorado (Colorado)

Public relations vice president—Highwire PR (Illinois)

Communications manager, India—Facebook (India)

Marketing and communications coordinator—Dignity Health (Arizona)

Public relations associate—Rent the Runway (New York)

Communications specialist—University of Notre Dame (Indiana)

Communications and marketing director—Habitat for Humanity International (Texas)

Media relations specialist—FleishmanHillard (North Carolina)

Public affairs director, global pediatric nutrition—Abbott (Ohio)

If you have a position you’d like to see highlighted in PR Daily’s weekly jobs post, or if you’re searching for career opportunities, RaganJobs.com is the perfect place to find or post high-quality job openings.

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