5 tips for new grads entering the PR and marketing field

Or trying to enter the field. Follow this advice, it will help you break in to this competitive profession.

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They say April showers bring May flowers.

April also brings waves of students about to graduate, filled with anticipation, pounding the pavement in search of that first job in PR and marketing.

But this year, finding that first job will require a combination of digital and practical skills.

The competition is fierce. The economy is just now beginning to turn. You have to stand heads and shoulders taller than your peers to even get an interview.

Here are five tips to help new grads land their dream job:

1. Create content

Your ability to create compelling content is integral to your success. Be a storyteller. In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, companies are desperate for content and for the employees who can create it quickly and well. Content creation is not limited to writing, but your portfolio should include blog posts, case studies, news releases, and articles.

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