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So you want to break into the news business? Here you can see what's it's like to work at different news organizations, learn how to put together an application that will get results, and check job websites for the latest openings.
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Some Good News if You're Thinking About a Career in Journalism
Some Good News if You're Thinking About a Career in Journalism

Survey Says More Journalism Grads are Finding Jobs
Survey Says More Journalism Grads are Finding Jobs

The Three Best Places to Start Your Journalism Career
The Three Best Places to Start Your Journalism Career

What can 2011 Journalism School Graduates Expect in the Job Market?
Journalism Jobs - What can new Journalism School Graduates Expect in the Job Market?

Making a Living in Journalism, Without a Degree or a Regular Paycheck
Making a Living in Journalism, Without a Degree or a Regular Paycheck

Where's the Best Place to Get Started in Journalism? Community Newspapers
Where's the Best Place to Get Started in Journalism? Community Newspapers

Graduating from Journalism School? Tips for Landing That First Job
Graduating from Journalism School - Tips for Getting Your Career Started

Journalism Jobs & Careers
So you want to break into the news business, but aren't sure what kind of job suits your interests and skills? Here you can see what's it's like to work in different jobs, at a variety of news organizations.

Journalism Salaries
What You Can Expect To Earn In the News Business

You Want to Get a Job in Journalism? Read the News
You Want to Get a Job in Journalism? Read the News

Study Says 2009 Journalism Grads Faced a Tough Job Market
The word on the street for journalism school grads looking for jobs: It's rough out there.

A Reality Check for Journalism School Grads
Many recent grads have an unrealistic sense of what kinds of jobs they can get.

Founder of JournalismJobs.com Says There Are 'Plenty of Jobs'
An Interview With Dan Rohn, Founder of JournalismJobs.com

Seven Steps To Help You Get a Journalism Job in Tough Economic Times
So the economy's tanking, newspapers are laying people off by the hundreds and no one knows what the news business will look like in five years. Depressing, right? Maybe so. But even in these tough economic times there are things you can do to improve your odds of finding a job in journalism. Want to know more? Read on.

Preparing For a Journalism Career, From High School to College
So you're a high school or college student, and you want to work in the news business, but you're not sure where to start. Here, step-by-step, is a list of the things you can do to have a good shot at landing a journalism job when college graduation rolls around.

In a Classroom of Would-Be Reporters, Looking for the One With Curiosity
The Importance of Curiosity in Journalism

Before Starting Your Job Search, Do Some Research
Find Out As Much As You Can About The Job & The Employer

Six Things You Need To Do In College (To Get a Print Journalism Job)
Write For Your Student Paper, Get An Internship

Five Ways to Make a Great Impression in a Journalism Job Interview
Dress for Success, Show Some Attitude

Some Dos and Don’ts for Job-Seeking Journalism Grads
Be Ambitious, But Realistic

To Survive in This Job Market, Be Versatile & Flexible
Your Dream Job May Be One You Never Dreamed You'd Be Doing

Clips: What Are They, Why Do You Need Them?
Start Building Your Clip Portfolio Now

Use Blogger to Create An Online Clip Portfolio
A Free and Easy-to-Use Solution for Journalists On a Budget

Create a Great Journalism Resume
Make It Succinct and Easy To Read

Write A Killer Cover Letter
Make It Short & Snappy, and Torpedo the Typos

Five Skills That Will Make You More Marketable
Give Yourself an Edge in the Journalism Job Hunt

Working at Mid-Sized Daily Newspapers
Keeping Busy Covering a Beat

Working At The Associated Press
The Boot Camp of Journalism

What is the White House Press Corps?
One of the Most Prestigious Beats in Journalism

Working at Weekly Community Newspapers
Great Training, Low Pay

What Editors Do
From assigning and eding stories to writing headlines and doing layout

Working Journalists
So you're thinking about aiming for a career in journalism, but not sure if it's the job for you? Here's a chance to hear from professionals in the field about what it's like to be a journalist on the front lines of the 21st century news business. And see what advice they have to offer for aspiring journalists just getting into the field.

Female Foreign Correspondents and the Danger of Sexual Assault
Female Foreign Correspondents and Sexual Assault - Safety Tips for Female Foreign Correspondents

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