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Journalism

1. Reporter –

Most students who graduate from school’s of journalism, consider becoming reporters and getting on the field as one of their first options. Although tiring and sleep deprived, this is one of the most sought-after jobs amongst journalism students as it gives them an opportunity for the field in depth. Reporters are supposed to inform the public regarding news and spend most of their time on the field conducting interviews and investigating stories. Becoming a reporter requires you to present the necessary qualifications in your resume such as a graduate degree and work experience.

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2. Content Marketer –

It is common knowledge that a journalism career of any sort will center around writing one way or another and most industries require strong writers in various mediums. A content marketer created videos, upsells products, creates brand awareness, participated in conversations concerning brand and also helps generate a feeling of community between the brand and its customers. In addition to this, content marketers also target content, emails, social media posts and other creative communication means to different points in a customer’s experience. A regular bachelor’s degree is more than enough to help you land a job in this field.

3. Social media specialist –

Social Media is now the king of all other media, and it is, therefore, essential to ensure that the king remains pleased by your efforts. Social media is the new age outlet for every other source of information and also credibility that needs to be established only by working on it. The job of a social media specialist is to communicate on a social media platform on behalf of the brand he/she is representing. They are also involved in reviewing the data and analytics to point out or note any possible improvement in the company’s social shareability. This job too requires a staple, bachelor’s degree. However, in addition to that, you are also expected to be social media savvy to land this job.

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4. Copywriter –

To help you understand the role better, let us take the example of an advertisement. The content of the ad broadcasted on T.V or online is the content developed by the copywriter. The job of a copywriter required you to be naturally very persuasive, incredibly creative, and can also cram a lot of information into a few words to grab the attention of the viewer. This job too solely demands a bachelor’s degree.

5. Editor –

Now this one is easy to guess! Every one of us knows who an editor is. This is one of the most basic and traditional journalistic job opportunities. The job of an editor is to oversee every step of the publishing process and also to work with the writers to plan and edit the required content for publication. This job requires a bachelor’s degree, along with an internship experience.

6. Corporate communications specialist –

Corporates are required to communicate internally to their employees as well as the press or media to send out some company related information.  A corporate communications specialist is supposed to be in charge of creating and distributing all the organization’s internal news by maintaining and making use of the company intranet.  Here again, a bachelor’s degree is mandatory.

7. Grant Writer –

These are writers who are obliged to utilize their strong talents to demonstrate how vital the role non-profit organizations are through written proposals in the hope to win the money needed to promote these organizations. A bachelor’s degree is a must for this role too.