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A journalist-turned-blogger tells his tale about going from print to digital.

The staff of Forbes.com has put together a nifty package of articles and resources on "Entering the Workforce" for graduates or graduates-to-be.

March 31, 2008

A new survey from PRWeek/PR Newswire says that journalists are working more than they did a few years ago. The creation of online versions of publications and blogging are the chief reason for this.

March 28, 2008

I'm fighting the flu so please forgive the lapses in entries here.

I did notice an informative column by Colleen Eddy on taking control of your career. All of her points are important but the one I would focus on would be "keep learning." The media is going through vast changes and requires people to go on a multitude of learning curves. "Learn how to learn." That might be the most employable skill to possess.

March 26, 2008

The old journalist gives his wry observations on how to keep your print journalism job.

March 18, 2008

If you're into an analysis of the "death of newspapers,"

"We've tried to hire people who thought of their jobs in a different way...People need information in a whole variety of different ways."

A good, cranky take on "Keeping your job in journalism." It makes points about what to keep in mind to survive the changing profession.

Whether we are in a recession or not, the job market is definitely tighter. Get informed about making your job recession-proof.

March 17, 2008

Is it true that news magazines like Time and Newsweek are becoming relics in this era of blogs? One politician says so but then old politicians are becoming relics. From a journalistic and writing point of view the old news magazines are superior to blogs but the old politician has a point: Habits are changing and if your ambition is to write or edit print magazines you might stay light on your feet.

March 4, 2008

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