Jobs In Publishing: Matching Degree to Job and Internships

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Publishing is an apprenticeship industry, meaning that much of what a publishing professional needs to know will be learned on the job. Often, industry knowledge learned in one department is useful throughout the publishing house?allowing the opportunity to move between departments. But where to start? Put together with the help of several human resource experts, this guide to matching your college major with the appropriate publishing departments is a great way to determine your first steps.

Internship Resource

If you're still working on your degree, an internship may be the perfect way to experience the inner-workings of the publishing industry. Some are paid, many offer college credit, and all provide invaluable knowledge that may help you get your foot in the door when it is time to look for a full-time job.

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This page contains a single entry by Mr. Kevin W. Berezansky published on March 8, 2012 9:14 AM.

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