Career Guide 2014
After focusing on US workspaces last year, PRWeek searched the globe for agency offices that inspire staffers, foster collaboration, and showcase the market.
In a continually evolving discipline, the skills today's PR professional must master are as plentiful as they are broad. Industry leaders share their views on the most crucial traits to the modern practitioner's success.
PRWeek asked 13 industry leaders to recall 2004, then focus on 2014, and offer their immediate thoughts on how they would differentiate the two years in terms of a PR pro's most coveted abilities.
While it is exciting to move, these industry leaders prove you can thrive by staying at the same organization for more than a decade.
Despite holding positions that redefine "full time," numerous PR industry leaders embrace extracurricular activities for career-enhancing and energizing benefits.
Lessons in how to best communicate can sometimes come from those outside the sector. Ten industry leaders highlight individuals who provide motivation for PR professionals.
Three decorated 2014 graduates share firsthand perspectives on how university programs uniquely prepared them to enter the PR workforce.
Some of the best lessons for young PR pros come from industry leaders. And none have a background quite like Golin CEO Fred Cook, who shares 10 unique career tips that have helped propel his long, distinguished career.
DePaul University associate editor Kelsey Rotwein highlights a Chicago program that is introducing PR to a heretofore unaware group of high school students who have quickly developed a serious interest in the profession.
When parents and children ply the same trade, benefits and challenges come with the territory. Sarah Shearman profiles a trio of pairs who bring out the best in one another as they navigate some tricky terrain.