It’s not so bad, in fact it’s an exciting time to be entering journalism, according to a few Columbia journalism school grads who spoke to The Village Voice.
The article, “You Just Graduated From Journalism School. What Were You Thinking?” begins:
“…conventional wisdom has it that planning for a future in journalism makes as much sense as signing up for a career as a Pontiac dealer.
“That’s not how members of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism’s just-graduated class of 2009 see it, though. Despite the tough times, they are excited and hopeful that their freshly minted degrees will help prepare them for the news business’s rebirth.”
Check out the Village Voice article to read about the experiences of these grads since school ended.
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