Higher education in universities and colleges that results in a communications degree leads to a wide variety of positions many of which are in high demand. For example, in business, communications professionals are found as in-house magazine and publication editors and investor relations specialists. In the advertising industry, those with communications degrees work as copy writers, media planners and media buyers, creative directors and media sales representatives. A communications degree also leads to jobs in television and broadcasting as a TV or radio station broadcasting manager, community relations director, news writer, technical director, market researcher, advertising sales coordinator, disc jockey, news manager, talk show host or floor manager, to name a few.
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