Wilson reported that graduating students at the Annenberg School specializing in PR faced better job prospects that their counterparts in related fields. During his trip to New York, he plans to meet with the CEOs of seven of the largest PR firms.
Editor’s note: This post was written by Nancy Lazarus, consultant and new contributor to PRNewser. Her professional background is in research and writing. Most recently she worked at Nielsen Business Media on their media, entertainment, travel and design brands, including the company’s magazines, websites, events and trade shows.
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