An organization's effectiveness greatly depends on the degree to which its targeted public supports its goals and policies; consequently, they need someone who will serve as an advocate for clients seeking to build and maintain positive relationships with the public. This role requires an individual with superior communication skills and a history of working with diverse groups of people. Your current customer service, marketing, community relations, and administrative experience combined with extensive education in communication may make you into the type of individual any company wants as a representative.
Many people in the aforementioned functions, excelled in those roles because of the requirement to take steps to understand the attitudes and concerns of the company, the target audience, and how to correspond those attitudes and concerns. You had to establish and maintain cooperative relationships.
Besides give you credentials, earning degrees, develops an appreciation and ethical concern for the professional values and effects on an audience of utilizing such techniques will accompany both practical and theoretical instruction. Additionally, you learn the skills needed to perform the research and writing functions that precede actual production of media programs as well as performance studies
When preparing your resume or getting ready for an interview remember I that you posses all the skills needed to perform adequately in a marketing role. Your customer service, community relations, and education process provide the transferable skills needed to help you excel!