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Product Managers

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An internship or part-time job in a product management department is a good way to learn more about the daily tasks involved in this work while seeing if this is a good fit for you. Ask your school's career services office for help with finding job listings and internship opportunities. You can also search for job listings on the Product Development and Management Association's Web site, Conduct an informational interview with a product manager to find out what they studied in school, how they got their first job, and other information that might be helpful for someone interested in this career. Prepare your list of questions before your meeting. Keep up with developments and trends in product management by reading articles on Web sites such as Product Management Today,, and Product Management Insider,

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