U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook: "Public Relations Managers and Specialists”

Please click on the link above and start by reading the "What They Do” tab.  Then, click on the rest of the tabs from "Work Environment” to "Contacts for More Info,” and read each of these webpages. After reading these tabs, go back and click on the "Summary” tab for an overview of what you read. This resource provides extensive data on the public relations profession including pay, education and skill requirements, current and projected number of jobs, work environment, and so on.