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Here are some links to resources in Public Relations to get you started.
Job Ads on Company WebsitesYou may find a job ad or "employment" section on many of these websites.
Other Public Relations Resources
For example, some public relations professionals (your occupation) work IN the public relations industry (meaning for a public relations agency.) Many, many others work in other industries--manufacturing, environmental research, hospitals, state government, biotechnology, public utilities industry, museums, etc., etc., etc.
As you explore resources, be sure to investigate BOTH your OCCUPATION (public relations manager) AND your INDUSTRY (television stations, HMOs, whatever..)
It works this way on the Web too! You will find networking resources, job ads, and other useful information at Television sites (if this is the industry you are targeting.) By searching BOTH OCCUPATION & INDUSTRY you will have mapped out a tidy set of connections to help you run a very SMART job search!
To learn more about mapping out your industry, see JobStar's Step-by-Step Plan for Using the Internet to Go Beyond the Want Ads.
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