June 18, 2000

Writing about jobs for journalists

Sometimes, the hardest part of finding a job is figuring out what you can do with what you know. Here are some posts I've written that might inspire those who have worked as journalists:

A job for you, a job for me: Suggestions flying in Aug. 7, 2009
New jobs: Building on skills, interests leads to non-media jobs Aug. 5, 2009
Fascination with journalists, jobs leads to suggestions for reading July 31, 2009
Facebook quiz leads to post-journalism jobs March 25, 2009
Resume-building sites, blogging advice can help you be JWJ (journalist with job) March 21, 2009
Blogging 'kvetch"' Tough noogies and self help for journalists March 20, 2009
Jobs for journalists via RSS Feb. 24, 2009
Talent will outlast jobs, careers Feb. 11, 2009
It hurts to laugh; it helps to prepare Jan. 8, 2009
Beyond the buyout, beyond the byline Aug. 5, 2008
Journalists not the first to start over Aug. 1, 2008
Buyout journalists, remember this March 17, 2008
What every good journalist needs to do, but won't Dec. 27, 208

I want to know why more folks don't let you know the job isn't yours

Some sites to use:
Wired Journalists

Some places to search for jobs:
I Want Media

Writing about The Star-Ledger

Here are some of the Inside Out posts that mention the New Jersey Star-Ledger: