Also can i advise you to not look at communications as standalone profession, as soon as you change your perspective you'll realize that brands are slowly decentralizing their communication, this means that English is no longer the international business language you think it is, hence i can boldly call it the colonizer's language, because i am not rigid minded communications person.
Redhed did you hear me say i am looking for a job, u need to change your slave and submissive professional outlook, why should we be setting ourselves up for work all the time, why not advise me to start my own biz. For your information sir, i am quite comfortable where am @. Actually am not, because i'll be starting my own ish soon. Unlike you, I definitely Can't be someone's plantation slave forever
Redhed it was an oversight/ miss on attention to details on my part, but thanks for the english tips anyway. Have to wonder though that had i written this comment in Zulu/ Swati my home language, would you have cared to correct me? or was my rudimentary use of the colonizers language a chance for you to put your expert hat on and give yourself the title of a bona-fide communicator. We all make mistakes sir, be they grammatical or otherwise, its just the nature of us humans. Again thank you master communicator sir.
I atest, it is hard breaking into the communications industry. Thus instead of thinking of one as a graduate, rather carry your self as an expert an people will be willing to offer you a chance to show-case your skills/ knowledge. Also if you really want to make in this industry, you have to thrive on creativity, as what you learnt at varsity was just synopsis of what is expected in the industry.