If you want to get a job in publishing, get online and get networking


A new research report investigating methods used within the publishing industry to promote and identify vacancies, found that traditional recruitment advertising in print editions of the general and trade press was declining, with positions being posted on company and university websites instead. Respondents also indicated that online business networking site LinkedIn would become more important in the future, particularly through the use of specialist groups within the network.

Download the Finding the Candidate: Recruitment processes in the publishing industry 2010 report (as a PDF), produced by PSP Consulting on behalf of the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies.

Read our tips for getting the most out of networking and developing your career in publishing.

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