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Effective public speaking is a basic skill that is needed for a variety of careers in contemporary society. People who have completed undergraduate communication programs can be found working in occupations ranging from account managers and actresses to web administration directors. Typical careers for individuals skilled in public speaking include advertising executive, attorney, corporate communications officer, corporate trainer, customer service representative, human resources manager, organizational development specialist, public relations professional, sales representative, and television reporter.

Training in speech and communication is also important for individuals who desire employment as administrators, audience coordinators for television programs, business analysts, computer consultants, digital media specialists, entertainers, financial consultants, hospitality managers, insurance agents, librarians, marketing professionals, mediators, nonprofit development officers, project development specialists, retail buyers, social workers, telecommunications consultants, travel agents, and television producers.

From the above lists, it may seem that any professional career could...

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