Vault Career Guide to Advertising
by Ira Berkowitz
Publisher: Vault Inc. 2004
Number of pages: 115
Are you addicted to commercials? Do you love to make up catchy slogans? Does the idea of controlling the destiny of a major advertising account thrill you? This guide offers a look at professional careers in advertising, at the industry's history and trends, and advice on marketing oneself to potential employers.
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