The journalism and mass communication profession is showing signs of improvement in employment opportunities. JournalismCrossing.com has observed that 66 percent of the 2012 graduates received a full-time job within six to eight months after graduation.
Other fields, such as law, are still struggling to find work after the recession. David Cuillier, Director of the School of Journalism and President of the Society of Professional Journalists says in a recent press release, “It’s not a dramatic recovery, just like our stock market and our economy hasn’t had a huge recovery, but it’s improving.” The economic improvement is working to the benefit of journalism and mass communication graduates. Particularly, a remarkable growth has been noted in the news industry.
The JournalismCrossing.com job site lists more than 125 job openings for journalists in Georgia.
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