How does a recent college graduate get a job in the publishing industry?
Magazines, books, etc. how does one get a job in that industry? Where do they look for work in that area?
Asked By: Stark - 7/6/2012
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An internship would have been your best bet, or an associates' program. What you need to figure out is what part of publishing are you interested in? Editorial work, Marketing, Subrights, Design, Managing Editorial? It's not the type of industry where you take a job in any department and switch over later. It's rarely... More
Answered By: skokiesam - 7/6/2012
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You almost always have to have an internship to get your foot in the door. But fortunately, an internship can often turn into an actual entry-level job with the company you interned for. Basically, you should expect to be a glorified serving boy/girl for a while, doing all the grunt work for the company.
Answered By: ~MogMog~ - 7/6/2012
i'd agree with MogMog. it comes to getting your foot in the door and the best way is with an internship or maybe a mail room kind of job if there's any openings. OR if you know someone in the industry, that should help too, that person could give you the extra recommendation *wink* and help with employment... More
Answered By: iSweet - 7/6/2012
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