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Two new blizzard day jobs of the week

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Today may be a frigid, cold day in the old windy city. But that doesn't mean your usual job searchingsearching should be at a freeze point, too. The two new jobs of the week are both within the publishing industry. Here are some of the details each position has to offer.

The first position of the week comes from the company Brainlab. They are looking for a full-time Marketing Communications Manager based here. Some of the requirements of the position include developing press materials, working on effective market strategies, and enhancing company's online social media presence. You must have 4-6 years of marketing or public relations experience and a Bachelors degree in Communications or Marketing. For more information on this job, visit its board on

The next position of the week is an opening for an Account Manager at Hearst Magazines. You may know them as the world's largest publisher of monthly magazines and they are hiring for this full-time position. You will be selling advertising space in one of their magazines. To qualify for this position, you must have prior consumer ad sales experience. You could apply for this position on the Media Bistro website as well.

Those were the two new jobs of the week being presented to you on this cold, gloomy day. Whatever you're doing on this awful day, feel free to visit this website or any other job website if you're looking for work.



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