Internships and Careers
Wherever compelling storytelling matters, you’ll find media and journalism graduates at work.
Wherever critical thinking and solid reporting make a difference, you’ll find graduates of the School of Media and Journalism excelling. And wherever multimedia platforms are used to inform, engage and persuade, you’ll find growing demand for the skills and experiences made possible by a Media and Journalism degree.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that careers in media and communication will continue to grow through 2029, due to the demand for creating, editing, translating and disseminating information through a variety of platforms. The average salary for media and communications occupations for 2020 was $61,310, according to BLS.
Majors in the School of Media and Journalism can prepare students well to enter these areas of higher-than-average projected growth, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
- Advertising, Promotions and Marketing Managers: 6% growth
- Broadcast, Sound and Video Technicians: 9% growth
- Public Relations Specialists: 7% growth
- Public Relations and Fundraising Managers: 9% growth
- Film and Video Editors and Camera Operators: 18% growth
- Technical Writers: 7% growth
- Market Research Analysts: 18% growth
- Producers and Directors: 10% growth