|SUNOASIS JOBLOG - MARCH 2004
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Job market got you down? Try
a freelance career.
Posted March 31, 2004
How about a little
restoration in the world of journalism?
Posted March 30, 2004
This is a follow-up
article to the State of the News Media 2004 report. (See below)
Reporters: Please don't
fabricate your stories!
Posted March 23, 2004
The National Association of Colleges and Employers has some good
on how to crack a tough job market.
Newspaper book reviewers or
book editors will be interested in this piece.
Posted March 18, 2004
Make sure you spend some time reading The State of
the News Media 2004 put out by journalism.org. They cover every section of
the media in a pleasant format.
USA TODAY has an article
based on the report. It provokes the thought that the news business is "in the middle of an epochal transformation, as momentous probably as the invention
of the telegraph or television..."
Posted March 16, 2004
Want to know how to survive
a difficult job search? Great pointers from Helen Scully.
quit in Florida over political pressure.
Posted March 11, 2004
An ex-journalist is teaching journalists how to chill out and
find balance in their lives.
According to Al Tompkins, the most devasted job market is for
teen-agers who are now competing with seasoned, laid-off
adults, and immigrants for low-paying work.
Posted March 8, 2004
Business Week has a more complete story on why Reuter's is
outsourcing some journalism jobs to India. Reuter's calls it an "experiment," and
says that no journalist lost his or her job as a result of this outsourcing. It is
interesting to note that Reuter's pays top salaries to entry-level reporters, at least
in the U.S.
Interesting advice on
how to attract an interview by adding information on your cover letter.
Posted March 5, 2004
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