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Why Study Journalism?

What careers are availablethrough studying Journalism?

This material is the property of the AR Dept. of Education. It may be used and reproduced for non-profit, educational purposes only after contacting the ADE Distance Learning Center at http://dlc.k12.ar.us edr


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Studying journalism will help you:

  • Refine interpersonal skills

  • Promote self esteem

  • Become more literate

  • Learn responsibility

  • Become a leader


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Studying journalism will help you:

  • Exercise problem solving and critical thinking skills

  • Manage deadlines and projects

  • Learn about new points of views

  • Learn to be neutral

  • Learn up-to-date technology skills (desktop publishing, web design, photo editing)


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Studying journalism will help you:

  • Obtain summer / college jobs at college or community newspapers

  • Obtain scholarships for college


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Careers available: Reporter

  • News Reporter

  • Feature Reporter

  • Sports Reporter

  • In-Depth Reporter

  • Broadcast Reporter

  • Online Reporter

  • Columnist

  • Reviewer

  • Editorial Writer


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Careers available: Editor

  • Copy Editor

  • Managing Editor

  • Editor-in-Chief

  • Division Editor

  • Photography Editor


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Careers available: Photographer

  • News / Feature / Sports

  • Advertising

  • Broadcast

  • Documentary (photo essays)

  • Illustration photography (full length features)

  • Magazine


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Careers available: Graphic Designer

  • Ad Designer

  • Page Designer

  • Special Sections Designer

  • Illustrator

  • Web Designer


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Careers available: Advertising

  • Salesperson

  • Advertising Director

  • Advertising Specialist / Designer

  • Media Buyer

  • Account Managers


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Careers available: Public Relations

  • Produce press releases that are sent to media outlets informing them about developments

  • Creates graphics (logos, brochures, flyers, annual reports, pamphlets, campaigns, newsletters)

  • Shoot photographs to accompany material


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Careers available: Publisher

  • Owns newspapers, magazines and/or broadcast outlets.

  • Depending on the publication size, publishers are also often editors.


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Careers available: Magazines

  • The same careers available at newspapers are also available for magazines. The difference is size and deadlines.


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Careers available: Freelancer

  • As a person builds their reputation, freelancing can become an option. This allows the person to:

  • Choose their jobs

  • Be their own boss (to a degree)

  • Command a higher pay than a salaried or hourly staff member


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People with journalism degrees also have become

  • Lawyers

  • Judges

  • Politicians

  • Web Designers

  • Campaign Managers

  • Book authors


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