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Product Development Directors

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A part-time or summer job with a company that offers product development and management services is a good introduction to this field. This will give you opportunities to see the types of companies that hired product development specialists and see what's involved in this type of work. Ask your school's career services office for help with finding job listings. You can also conduct your own job search by looking for job listings on Web sites such as Glassdoor, LinkedIn, and SimplyHired, among others. Professional associations also offer helpful resources and information about careers in product development. For example, visit the career center of the Professional Development and Management Association's Web site to find jobs in product development and management, If there is a particular product category that interests you, keep up with developments in that area through online research and reading industry-related publications.

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