Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Just how versatile is a communications degree?

Just how versatile is a communications degree from an accredited college or university these days? 

This versatile, according to Yahoo! Education.  In fact, according to a recent post on Yahoo!, communications ranks as the fourth most loved college degree by employers.  Only accounting, the MBA (Master's in Business Administration), and a Bachelor's in Business Administration rank higher than communications.

Why study communications in college?  Because you do so many different things with a degree, ranging from administrative work to advertising, management to marketing, and public relations to public speaking, just to name a few.

Yes, the first thing that comes to mind when people think of communication careers, they think of the obvious paths to pursue: journalist, news anchor/reporter, radio and TV announcer, and even technician, among other professions.

But there's so much more to a communications degree than you might think.  It's up to you find out what the possibilities are, especially in the most competitive job market in quite some time.

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