Careers

Find support for all stages of your career in PR and communication. We have a regular feature 'Dear Dr Heather Yaxley' where your common career questions are answered.

Matthew McKenna updates us on his career since graduating with a PR degree.
Blogging's a hard slog, but there's no better way to learn the craft skills.
PR student blogging is going from strength to strength.
We review a useful new guide to working in PR agencies.
Richard Bailey considers the potential and the pitfalls of the gig economy for public relations work.
Guest author David Clare reflects on a busy decade since graduating with a PR degree in 2010.
Dr Heather Yaxley looks at opportunities and challenges in managing new career beginnings.
For our latest #50over50 entry, Ann Pilkington profiles Jonathan Leach.
Here's what we found noteworthy, #ThisWeekinPR.
Next in our #50over50 series, we profile Shelley Spector.
Next in our #50over50 series, we profile Amanda Hepton-Patchett.
If you like certainty, a public relations role may not be for you. Public relations is bound up in ambiguity and paradox.