Communications graduates can pursue careers in business, advertising, education, broadcasting, journalism, public relations, the arts, social services and technology. They may also become communications specialists within healthcare, foreign relations, politics and law.
Many graduates choose to take internships alongside part-time jobs in their pursuit of more professional-level positions. For some, however, professional career opportunities arise either immediately upon or shortly after graduation. According to a nationwide survey of communications graduates, these have included the roles of Accounts Executive, Technical Writer and Web Manager, among many others.
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