30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Raise a glass to the end of an era when producing and selling alcohol was illegal in the US. Plus, check out our roundup of open career opportunities.

Eighty-five years ago today, the manufacturing, selling and distribution of alcohol was once again legal in the U.S.

That’s right, folks. On Dec. 5, 1933, Utah, the last state necessary for a three-fourths majority, ratified the 21st Amendment to the Constitution, which repealed the 18th Amendment and ended prohibition.

Prohibition was introduced to alleviate the negative impact that many people in the U.S. believed was associated with alcohol. However, it seemingly propelled crime and corruption as mobsters made massive sums of money (and murdered many rival gang members) thanks to the shady underworld of bootlegging the banned beverages.

Now, 85 years later, the alcohol industry seems to be thriving.

Here are some statistics to commemorate the day the U.S. stopped being “dry”:

Additionally, here are the top beer brewers/importers in the U.S., according to Beer Marketer’s Insights:

  1. Anheuser-Busch Inbev
  2. MillerCoors
  3. Constellation Brands
  4. HEINEKEN USA
  5. Pabst Brewing Co.

Now that you’re free to purchase your alcoholic beverage of choice, would you like to join one of the nation’s top brewers/importers? Here are a few choice openings from each of the companies in the top five:

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

Assistant vice president, corporate communications—MetLife (New York)

Assistant vice president, digital strategy communications—MetLife (New York)

Communications manager—Lyft (New York)

Acquisitions editor—Wolters Kluwer (Pennsylvania)

Communications director, Texas—National Audubon Society (Texas)

Content senior associate—AARP (Washington, D.C.)

Vice president, content strategy—Moxie (Georgia)

Content strategist—Amazon (Washington)

Media content writer and editor—Randstad USA (Texas)

PR account director—The Mint Agency (Canada)

Communications director—University of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania)

Public relations manager—Qualtrics (Utah)

Director of global public affairs, digital—SC Johnson (Wisconsin)

Editorial assistant—Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York)

PR intern—health practice—Edelman (United Kingdom)

Senior copywriter—Miami Heat (Florida)

Consumer public relations manager—Whole Foods Market (Texas)

Adobe campaign consultant—Accenture (North Carolina)

Senior communication strategist—State Auto Insurance (Ohio)

Marketing coordinator—Farm Boy (Canada)

Associate vice president of communications and media—Towson University (Maryland)

Content and social media executive—Jellyfish (United Kingdom)

Senior health communications specialist—NOVA Research Company (Washington, D.C.)

Communications director—UF Health at the University of Florida (Florida)

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