About Communications Degree Guide

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Welcome to Communications Degree Guide, a growing resource for information about getting a communications degree. Here you will learn what a communications degree is, where it can lead you, where to get a communications degree, and news and resources about communications degrees and careers.

This site was founded in 2013 by a former journalist who saw an opportunity to provide high-quality information about degrees and careers in the field of communications.

communicateSome facts about the communications profession:

  • Public Relations Specialists with a bachelor’s degree earn a median pay of $54,170 (2012).
  • Technical Writers with a bachelor’s degree earn a median pay of $65,500.
  • Writers and Authors with a bachelor’s degree earn a median pay of $55,940.
  • In 2012, approximately 57,600 individuals were employed as Reporters, Correspondents, or Broadcast News Analysts.
  • Job growth for Interpreters and Translators is expected┬áto grow 46% between 2012 and 2020, a much faster┬árate than average.
  • Job growth for Public Relations Specialists is expected to grow at 12% between 2012 and 2020, which is about average.

For more information, start with our homepage (CommunicationsDegrees.net) or contact us.

Sources:

BLS.gov

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