A job that has lost its luster dramatically over the past five years is expected to plummet even further by 2022 as more and more print publications abandon operations.
Worked as one for about 10 years -- best job I've ever had. Yes, all of those negatives, but fun, interesting, exciting, service to the community, used my talents, hours fit my sleep cycle, which the 8-5 world DOES NOT get.
With 35 years in the field and a master's degree, $30,000 was more than I ever made as a reporter for a medium-sized daily. I often worked 60-hour weeks with no overtime.
worked as one for 6 years. low pay. Never a raise. Terrible hours. Extremely high stress. Some nights I wished I was a lumberjack
Wish I was making $30,000!
From Twitter: So, if a lumberjack and a newspaper man walk into 2014 bar, who should pay? Or should #199 & #200
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