By Mason Tronsor Most college graduates move home after graduating with a communications degree. Why? To save money, right? Like me, most students don’t get the big break internship that sets them up for a job right after graduation. I was among this “elite” group of hard-working scholars who moved home to adapt to the…… Continue reading Public Relations Research: My Unique Career Path
Q. Unlike many Millennials, I enjoy reading all sorts of media and digging for more information about issues of the day. I graduated in May and have a double major in public relations and psychology and cannot find an entry-level job or paying internship. A family friend suggested PR research as an option. What do you…… Continue reading PR Research Careers–And Actual Jobs
During the first several years of my career, my late mother-in-law never understood what I did in this profession called public relations. The entertainment industry and media further complicated my frequent attempts to explain PR. However, that was nearly 30 years ago and I thought we had made progress since then. Unfortunately, it’s not just television…… Continue reading PR: All Glamour, No Substance?