🚨Journalism Job Board
The Inside The Newsroom Job Board is here with more than 400 active jobs and internships across the U.S., the UK and around the world
Hello! And welcome to a special edition of Inside The Newsroom where we’ll launch the Inside The Newsroom Job Board. This project has been in the works for months, originally set for September 1 in time for internship season, but I’ve spoken to literally dozens of journalists of all ages and nationality who have either been laid off, furloughed, their freelance work dried up or their internship cancelled. So over the weekend I gathered hundreds of jobs from news outlets of all sizes from multiple countries. Here are a few bits of admin to keep in mind:
No job listed was posted before March 1, 2020
I’ll be adding more jobs throughout today, so do check back
After today I’ll update the spreadsheet weekly every Sunday
Please pay it forward by donating to this Go Fund Me page set up for journalists been laid off or furloughed
Please RT, share, tell your neighbour, tell your grandmother so other journalists in need can potentially get a job and some money in the bank
Find out what else we have planned for this week at the bottom of the newsletter
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Wednesday: We’ll dissect troubling unemployment figures from all 50 U.S. states
Friday: #70 — Amy Webb (Future Today Institute) on why businesses and governments were so unprepared for a pandemic, and the top technology trends to look out for in 2020
… Last week
Monday: #68 — Mckayla Wilkes (U.S. House) on running against the second most powerful Democrat in the House, Steny Hoyer, and the need for Universal Basic Income in times of crisis.
Wednesday: 🤒 Pandemics That Changed History — We explored the worst pandemics that changed the course of history and the lessons to be learned from the past.
Friday: #69 — James Spann (ABC 33/40) on the 2020 tornado forecast and what each state is doing to prepare for tornadoes amid the coronavirus crisis.