A Lobbyist works to influence political policy by petitioning government leaders and lawmakers, voters, other lawmakers, or associations—lobbying companies, which are similar to public relations firms and government legislators. Lobbyists educate government officials and corporate officers and participate in advertising campaigns, and work to influence opinion leaders.
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Journalist, communist & editor for Hindustan Times, DNA & Nat Geo Traveler. She's covered stories from travel start-ups, communities, gentrification, gender issues, and human rights.
Career prospects & criteria
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Bachelors in Political Science/ Journalism/ Law/ Communications/ Public relations/ Economics
Masters in Political Science/ Public relations/ Economics
What you need to get started
+1 year of minimum experience is required.
In-depth knowledge of government as well as issue-specific knowledge.
Long-term political strategies