Communication Master's Career Growth
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that from 2008 to 2018 primary communication-related occupations will grow by more than 16 percent, but that in itself is an incomplete perspective. The need for smart, analytical, aggressive and responsible communicators is independent of title and occupation.
In the more recently released (February 2012) Employment Projections: 2010-2020 Summary, the BLS notes that occupations that typically need some type of postsecondary education for entry are projected to grow the fastest during the 2010-20 decade. Occupations classified as needing a master’s degree are projected to grow by 21.7 percent. The growth in the labor market and the evolution of communication job requirements are driving a few distinct segments.
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