Journalism and Mass Communications Employment

The versatility of a journalism and mass communications degree is expanding the job titles for which graduates are prepared. While some traditional positions appear sluggish, The Bureau of Labor Statistics (https://www.bls.gov/ooh/) projects growth rates in the 10% to 20% range for many of the positions in the field.

  • Account Executive
  • Art Director
  • Anchor
  • Announcer
  • Blogger
  • Broadcast and Sound Engineer
  • Bureau Chief
  • Cinematographer
  • Columnist
  • Copywriter
  • Corporate Communications Specialist
  • Correspondent
  • Creative Director
  • Crisis Manager
  • Designer
  • Digital Direct Mail
  • Documentarian
  • Editor
  • Event Planner
  • Film and Video Camera Operators
  • Freelance
  • Fundraising Manager
  • Grant Writer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Hyperlocal Media
  • Interactive Design
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Media Analyst
  • Multimedia Production
  • Photographer
  • Play-by-Play Announcer
  • Reporter/Correspondent/Analyst
  • Proofreader
  • Public Relations Manager
  • PR Specialist
  • Sale and Sales Manager
  • Social Media Specialist
  • Strategic Planner
  • Sports Information Director
  • Sports Reporter
  • Sportscaster
  • Station Manager
  • Talk Show Host
  • Videographer
  • Technical Writer
  • Writer and Author
  • Web Developer