May 24 Update: How to Subscribe to the Job Board
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Hey folks, running a podcast and newsletter the right way means not taking shortcuts. And that means putting in the hours, lots of them. Running a podcast, newsletter and job board is essentially a full-time job, and fortunately I already have one of those. Every week over the past three years has required between 30 and 40 hours of commitment, so for the price of a couple cups of coffee, I'll be able to pay students and early-career journalists like Sophie, Mirela and Saksha an actual living wage ($15/£12 an hour) to help out and get some experience/clips along the way. Other people cover U.S. and UK politics to death, and that’s a good service, but you can get that anywhere. This newsletter focuses on the global stories happening in the background.
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Full access to the Inside The Newsroom Jobs and Internships Board. When I was in college, I spent 20 hours a week just finding the jobs that I then spent even longer applying to. While I can’t apply to these jobs, I can at least find them for you and send them to your inbox at the start of each week. Better that than paying £25/$30 a month for LinkedIn Premium, or letting Glassdoor and ZipRecruiter send you random-ass jobs that you have no intention of applying to.
Right now there are over 2,000 journalism jobs in the U.S., UK and Canada.
Preview of the job board 👇
Application help. Internship season unofficially starts today, and the regular job market is picking up again. I’ll help you by looking over your résumés/CVs and cover letters. Don't miss out.
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