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Journalism. The Job of a Journalist. In the career of journalism, there are many long hours & an unpredictable schedule As a journalist, there will be many tight deadlines and fact checking that you have to pull through with

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The job of a journalist
The Job of a Journalist

  • In the career of journalism, there are many long hours & an unpredictable schedule

  • As a journalist, there will be many tight deadlines and fact checking that you have to pull through with

  • There are many types of journalism such as print journalism, photojournalism, broadcast journalism, sports journalism, and social media


The outlook
The Outlook

  • By the year 2018, there will be a decline in journalism occupations

  • Most journalism will be online, not in print

  • There will be tough competition for the jobs, and businesses will be looking for people with media skills


Average job salary
Average Job Salary

  • Starting out in journalism, you will only make $28,000 to $50,000 annually

  • As you rise up in journalism, you can make $60,000 to $90,000 a year

  • Working hourly, you can make anywhere from $18 to $40 an hour


Similar occupations
Similar Occupations

  • Some similar occupations include a novelist, a poet, a magazine editor, and book publishers.

  • Some jobs, such as novelists & poets, usually write to express themselves and their emotions.

  • Others, such as magazine editors and book publishers, critique other people’s writing, fixing errors and making suggestions.


Maureen dowd
Maureen Dowd

  • Maureen is the only female op-ed writer for the New York Times

  • Dowd is known for her Washington contacts and influential debating ability

  • She is also known for her rough beginning as a writer


What to learn
What to learn

  • To be a journalist, you need to take courses in editing, feature writing, photojournalism, reporting, and communications

  • For print or broadcast journalism, you can take extra courses to improve your writing or learn production techniques

  • Three colleges I am looking into are Stanford University, University of Missouri, and Pepperdine University


Why journalism
Why Journalism?

  • Writing is my passion and I never want that to change

  • I feel that I could really express my feelings through my writing


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