You need to interrogate yourself carefully before applying for a job at a publishing company.
The first question to ask yourself before applying for a job at a publishing company is as to whether or not you have the competencies for that particular job. It would, for instance, be a pity for you to be applying for an IT job if, in the first place, you can’t do something as simple as www.gmail.com set up which is necessary to create a gmail.com email account, giving rise to a Gmail address. It can similarly be crazy to apply for an editing job when you can’t write a passage properly.
The second question to ask yourself before applying for a job at a publishing company is as to whether or not you can fit into the organizational culture of the company. This is, in other words, a question as to whether the company is question is a place you’d love to be working daily, five or six days a week.
The third question to ask yourself, before applying for a job at a publishing company, is as to whether the work you’ll be doing, if you get the job, is work that you enjoy. You may have the competencies, but is it work that you can enjoy?