Meanwhile the field of law is stagnant. In addition, both in Europe and the U.S., accounting firms, such as PwC, have entered the legal sector as a direct competitor.
Members of iGen doing career planning might consider entering public relations and not attending law school.
According to a a new study by PR Underground, in 2016, the public relations industry added 11,620 jobs. That was the fourth consecutive year of job growth. The total number of jobs is about 209,910.
The most growth and the best compensation were location-based. There was a downright boom, for instance, in the public relations employment situation in Washington D.C. There, the number of jobs had increased 325% since 1999.
However, the overall headcount in public relations is still 5,00o less than the number in 2009 before The Great Recession took hold. Here are more details from Odwyerpr.com.
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