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Many of us will plan to accomplish a whole list of things in the new year. My list is usually the typical – go to the gym, eat healthier, save money, etc. But, this year I pledge to follow a career action plan and finally get some long term goals checked off my list. Use our 5 tips to help you land that new job, earn more money or simply celebrate your career successes! Make more money...

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It has been proven over and over again that networking and building relationships will help you in your career. From landing your first PR job, taking a better position or simply connecting with established professionals in PR (or any other field for that matter), networking is a must for your career. While attending networking events in your area and touching base with PR pros is great, digital networking can also open up possibilities at another level....

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The job: Public Relations Photo Credit: Tracey Bochner, president of Paradigm PR, left, and Michael Abbass, senior vice-president, in their office in Toronto.  Brett Gundlock, for The Globe and Mail The salary:  Starts at about $40,000 for managers and grows to about $80,000 for associates and beyond. Pays about $150,000 for more senior roles, such as senior vice-president or president. The education: Marketing, communications or journalism are common routes to public relations. Colleges and universities across Canada...