- For many that graduated college years ago, the fear that embraced them as the date approached is, if lucky, a distant memory.But, as you know, there is a new wave of journalists about to join our industry… so, I’m collecting stories – positive and negative – from journalists when starting out.NOTE: These are "professional" gigs, post graduation... "real world" jobs.
- — traceyrcooper (@traceyrcooper)Wed, Apr 06 2011 21:41:36@webjournalist I got $NZ100 in 1998 for writing a 400-word column called Grave Matters about an interesting headstone in a graveyard.
- — jmsummers (@jmsummers)Wed, Apr 06 2011 21:41:48
- — emmacarew (@emmacarew)Wed, Apr 06 2011 21:43:14
- — maiphoang (@maiphoang)Wed, Apr 06 2011 21:44:33
- — BobPayne_Times (@BobPayne_Times)Wed, Apr 06 2011 21:45:51@webjournalist Paid graphics editor for OSU student newspaper. First *real* job: Features copy editor, Hayward (Calif.) Daily Review.
- — tomprete (@tomprete)Wed, Apr 06 2011 23:09:51@webjournalist 1st FT staff gig = City Hall & GA reporter, SF's City Voice nwspaper (now dead). 1st paid freelance = Seattle Downtown News.
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A collection of stories – positive and negative – from journalists when starting out.
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