The 2013 list of the most stressful jobs is out, and PR came in at No. 5, up from No. 7 in 2012.
The Jets didn’t display much on the field this year, but they provided a few choice lessons on bad PR.
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A New York Times article should serve as a wake-up call to an industry already under intense scrutiny.
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PR execs need to step up their efforts to mix and match myriad digital media tools.
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A New York Times interactive article could be a new plateau for how to tell stories via digital media.
The growth in social media—accompanied by declines in paid media—play into demand for additional jobs in PR.
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