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What does a typical journalist do in an average day?

I would LOVE to know how a typical journalist spends their day. Is it in an office? Or are you out and about researching for new stories to generate to the public? #journalism #careers #life...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Jamie Storrs | Account Executive at fama PR It really depends on what you choose to write about. If ...

how can I become an international journalist like for BBC World News or something similar?

I am writer and I am passionate about world issues. I plan to double major in journalism and audio/recording/studio engineering. Journalism is a career I am deeply considering alongside recording engineering. However, I like discussing world issues, and I like to explore the context of...

#international #news-writing #journalism #foreign-affairs #world-cultures

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Amanda Briggs de Lavini | Localization Coordinator at TripAdvisor I think the best way to break into the industry would ...

What is the Journalism Career like?

I am interested in Journalism and I would like to know how does this whole career pan out for some people? Is it a beneficial career choice or no? #career #career-path #journalism...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Ken Dilanian | National Security Correspondent at Los Angeles Times Alaysia, Journalism is changing so much right now that old farts ...

When working in the career of Journalism, is it as exciting as many people say? Or does the suspense come for certain types of areas of journalism?

I've always wondered what areas of Journalism are more exciting than the others. I mean, Journalism should be fun either way, but I've always wanted to know which ones brought about the most excitement. Which parts of Journalism spark that rush of love for the career? #career #journalism...

#newspaper #news-writing #breaking-news #working

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Rebecca Searles | Social Community Editor at The Huffington Post Any area of journalism that has "news" will also probably have ...

Is there a profession out there that's an equal balance between creative writing/publishing and biomedical science?

I am torn between majoring in English and Biomedical Science/Engineering. I love to write stories and strive to become an editor for a publishing company/fiction author or screenwriter, but I also love genetics and would love to be a genetic engineer and researcher (see the details from my...

#copy-editing #writing-and-editing #creative-non-fiction #technical-writing #career-path #fiction #career-decisions #genetics #publishing #author #double-major #biomedical-science #science-fiction #career-choice #creative-writing #proposal-writing #editor #dual-career #screenwriting #news-writing #multiple-interests #fiction-writing #communications #writing #english #grant-writing #biomedical-engineering

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Active Aug 28 at 17:51

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Shulin Low | Ph.D., mucosal immunology Hi Jada, I saw your previous question too. Sounds like a ...
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