Public Relations Specialists
Also called: Account Executive, Public Affairs Specialist, Public Relations Specialist (PR Specialist), Public Information Officer
In the Air Force: Public Affairs Apprentice; Public Affairs Craftsman; Public Affairs Helper; Public Affairs Journeyman; Public Affairs Manager; Public Affairs Superintendent
In the Army: Chief Public Affairs NCO; Public Affairs Specialist
In the Coast Guard: Public Affairs Specialist; Public Information
In the Marine Corps: Basic Combat Correspondent; Broadcast Journalist; Combat Correspondent; Public Affairs Officer
In the Navy: Broadcaster; Historical Officer; Mass Communications; Mass Communications Specialist; Naval Attache (Assistant); Press Officer; Public Affairs Officer (Enlisted); Public Affairs Supervisor; Radio-Television Program Officer
- Respond to requests for information from the media or designate an appropriate spokesperson or information source.
- Study the objectives, promotional policies, or needs of organizations to develop public relations strategies that will influence public opinion or promote ideas, products, or services.
- Plan or direct development or communication of informational programs to maintain favorable public or stockholder perceptions of an organization's accomplishments or agenda.
Arts and Humanities
Engineering and Technology
Ideas and Logic
People interested in this work like activities that include leading, making decisions, and business.
They do well at jobs that need:
You might use software like this on the job:
Web page creation and editing software
Web platform development software
Graphics or photo imaging software
New job opportunities are very likely in the future.
per year, on average
This work is part of the green economy.