Envisioning a future as a journalist can be overwhelming. The many challenges of the digital world and recent layoffs by well-known companies like The Washington Post, CNN, Gannett and, more recently, NPR, create a sense of uncertainty and anxiety for those entering the field.
“People say journalism is dying,” said Shalini Dore, former Variety’s news features editor, who retired in late March. “(But) it will continue in some form because humans want to know what’s happening around them.”
Here are ways that early-career journalists can be more productive and creative, so they’re more likely to stand out — and love their job.Read the Full Article Here