PR like any other career requires one to have some experience till the time you get into renowned companies or freelance.
Nevertheless, one can start working after one finishes his/her course.
The job opportunities that one can consider are :
* Corporations: working for departments to protect and enhance company's reputation by providing information to the public and special audiences like stockholders etc.
* Non-profit organizations: Trade and environmental organizations, social and cultural groups, hospitals and health agencies also offer jobs to PR professionals. The job often involves fund-raising.
* Entertainment, Sports and Travel: Where you will be concerned with publicity for individuals and promotion of events ranging from football games to motion pictures.
* Government and the military: which will include promotion of political issues, sometimes through lobbying, work with politicians, dissemination of information about government activities to citizens, and distribution of information about the armed forces.
* Education: working with alumni, faculty and administration, students, and the public to promote the school's image, recruit students and raise fund. Secondary schools often have specialists to handle community relations.
* International public relations: where you can utilize your languages skills and your knowledge about other culture too.
Hope this helps.
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