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Beginning with the Occupational Outlook Handbook website (a resource provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics), advertising majors can get a sense of the types of jobs that are available, trends in the advertising industry, salary expectations and geographic considerations.
Careers may include:
WetFeet Career Guides
Associations provide not only helpful information for practitioners, but also wonderful career resources as well. Association websites often have two levels of access: public information (free) and also information for members only (fee-based). Associations usually publish newsletters, journals, and other resources to help their membership stay on top of issues in the profession. Links to related associations are usually posted.
Additional associations may be found in the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
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Browse publications such as Advertising Age
SRDS (Standard Rate and Data Service) Media Solutions
this database includes addresses, personnel profiles, and other information regarding television, radio, newspaper, and other media sources.
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