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Editorial Research Assistants

Work Environment

Editorial research assistants work in environments that may vary, depending on their employer. For the most part, publishers of all kinds realize that a quiet atmosphere is conducive to work that requires tremendous concentration. Most editorial research assistants work in cubicles. Those in publishing often work in quieter surroundings than do assistants working for a newspaper or in advertising agencies, who sometimes work in loud and hectic situations.

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