It is the job of an advocate to act as a representative of an individual for a specific purpose. The majority of your responsibility varies depending on the sector of the company or job involved. Nonetheless, as an advocate, you must possess comprehensive knowledge or a solid foundation on the focus of attention.
Additionally, you must be available in every meeting, help in the bargaining and intercession process comprising contracts and lawful certification, and render or put across precise information. You are also expected to justify what you stand for. As an advocate, you must establish and preserve communication and connection with public services companies and other institutions associated with experts and public service schedules.
As an advocate, you must acquire good interaction, analytical, research, leadership, and decision-making skills. You must also have logical thinking capability along with creativity. In addition to these skills, you must have acquired at most a bachelor's degree or an associate degree in psychology, business, or even social work. With this, you will earn a salary ranging from $22,000 to $52,000, but an average of $34,042 yearly or $16.37 per hour.