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Joining the graphic communications industry is a wise career choice for high school graduates, college graduates, and vocationally trained students. The exact size of the graphic communications industry is hard to determine because of the wide variety of companies involved in graphic communications. However, the number of printing and publishing companies probably ranks second to restaurants in total establishments. The industry includes small, medium, and large establishments in both small towns and large metropolitan areas.

This highly technical industry employs men and women working as chemists, engineers, computer programmers, writer and editors, designers, marketing specialists, researchers, press operators, technicians, salespeople, managers, photographers, and bindery workers, as well as a variety of other positions.

The Job Bank provides students the opportunity to post their resume as well as search for jobs/internships.

Published on Tuesday, May 15, 2007 (updated 05/28/2014)

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