So Who Wants A Comics Industry Job In San Diego Then?

As I just said to my wife, “you know, if I applied for this job, I might just get it” to her response “we are not moving to San Diego just so it would be easier for you to go to Comic Con.” She has a point.

But if you disagree;

IDW is actively seeking discussions with Comics Marketing and PR professionals. Individuals willing to relocate to San Diego, with a background in Marketing and/or Publishing, are encouraged to drop a line, along with their resumes, to Dirk Wood at dirk@idwpublishing.com

Your call. Or maybe you’d prefer being a Publishing Operations Analyst for DC Comics in New York.

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