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Significant Information: News Analysts, Reporters, Correspondents




  • Competition will be keen for jobs at large metropolitan and national newspapers, broadcast stations, and magazines; most entry-level openings arise at small broadcast stations and publications.
  • Most employers prefer individuals with a bachelorís degree in journalism or mass communications and experience gained at school newspapers or broadcasting stations or through internships with news organizations.
  • Jobs often involve irregular hours, night and weekend work, and pressure to meet deadlines.
  • Slower than average employment growth is expected.