Classic advice from the pros

With technology moving at a blistering pace, some of the steps you’ll take to get a new job have changed substantially. But some things haven’t changed. A good education. Solid writing skills. An understanding of the open position and how your skills relate to it.

This extensive job-seekers guide from the Puget Sound Chapter has classic advice on a myriad of aspects surrounding the job hunt. It was written in 1988 and revised by the chapter’s Education and Membership Committees (Kevin Bush, APR, Mark Dyce  and Stacy Hendricks©). The guide was reprinted in 1989, 1990, 1994 and 1998.

  1. What Employers Look for in Public Relations Candidates
  2. Researching the Job Market
  3. Networking
  4. Tools for a Successful Job Search
  5. The Interview
  6. Perseverance
  7. Internships
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