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Perform variety of editorial duties, such as laying out, indexing, and revising content of written materials, in preparation for final publication.
Majors for this Career
- Mass Communication/Media Studies
- Broadcast Journalism
- Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other
- Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences Communication
- Creative Writing
- Technical and Business Writing
- Business/Corporate Communications
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Employment is expected to grow about as fast as average . Keen competition is expected for writing and editing jobs as many people are attracted to this occupation. At the same time, many employers are downsizing.
Employment change. Employment of authors, writers, and editors is expected to grow 8 percent, about as fast as the average for all occupations, from 2008 to 2018. Employment in salaried writing and editing positions is expected to increase slightly as jobs become more prevalent throughout the economy. Companies in a wide array of industries are using newer multimedia technologies and online media to reach a more technology friendly consumer and meet the growing demand for Web-based information. Online publications and services are growing in number and sophistication, spurring the demand for authors, writers, and editors, especially those with Web or multimedia experience. Businesses and organizations are adding text messaging services to expanded newsletters and Web sites as a way of attracting new customers. They may hire writers or editors on either a salaried or freelance basis to contribute additional content. Some publishing companies however, especially those that rely on advertising revenues and sales receipts to support large staffs of writers, will employ fewer writers and editors. But many experienced writers and editors will find work with nonprofit organizations and associations in their public relations offices, or in the public affairs departments of large companies or agenc...
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