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Mass Communications 2003: Mass Communications 2003


This guide was created to help students in the Media and Strategic Communications (formerly Journalism/Broadcasting) classes. If you are looking for general magazine articles or books please click on the appropriate tab above. For more research-orientated topics click on the Media Research tab above. If you still need assistance please contact me. is the U.S. government's official web portal. Find U.S. government information and services on the web.

Search by Services and Information or Government Agencies.


In addition to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

See the Statistical Abstract of the U.S. for statistics from other federal agencies.

   Search using the columns on the left.

Citation formats


U.S. Employment and Training Adminstration. O*NET Online. Summary Report for: 27-3031.00 - Public Relations Specialists. URL, Date accessed.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Occupational Employment STatistics. Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2012; 13-1121- Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners. URL, Date accessed.

Primary Sources - Government

From the U.S. Department of Labor U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Employment Training Administration:

Occupational Outlook Handbook

   Guide to career information about hundreds of occupations.

   Search by Occupation Group or Occupation Finder.

   The Handbook has the citation format to use at the end of each page.

O*NET (Online Occupational Information Network)

   Detailed descriptions of the world of work.

Career One Stop

 Source for employment information.

 Search by occupation, industry, state information.

Secondary Sources - Books

Secondary Sources - Journals