A degree in communications can lead to so many different fields. Graduates can confidently pursue journalism, broadcasting, or public relations. Many public relations jobs also include advertising, promotion, marketing, and sales.

More rapid growth is anticipated in new media areas such as online newspapers and magazines. Employment of writers and editors is expected to increase faster than average as magazines and other periodicals develop special interest publications.

Job opportunities are often best when college graduates can combine their degrees with internships and other related work experience and can help to develop the expertise needed to pursue a specialty such as law, medicine, or economics.


  • Average Annual Salary$35,635

  • Potential Career PathsNews Analysts, Reporters, and Journalists

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics | Occupational Outlook Handbook

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Communication Associate of Arts (AA) Degree

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