The actual job would best suit someone with experience in fast food expediting…or maybe a robot—the good kind. (A dog robot that can edit video and code a little might work too.)
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There are two types of people who read journalismjobs.com — the site that for the last decade and a half has been the best and most consistent chronicler of the death of a profession.
- Current journalists who are wondering whether it’s worth taking a 8 percent pay cut (down to sub-$24k/year) to move to Laramie where you can actually still get into this double-wide, complete with Costco furniture that knows how to cook meth for under 45 grand. You’ll research the schools once you get in the newsroom.
- Former journalists who left the profession (why? See: above) and are either fishing around for how bad…
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