J-school grads will have to look to non-traditional career paths

Entry by Jasmine Linabary

While graduating seniors fear their college newspaper might be the last newspaper they work for and are looking for jobs in other industries, journalism schools are becoming incredibly popular, according to an article on baltimoresun.com.

The article takes a look at the numbers of students going into the industry from Columbia University, Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and the University of Maryland and talks about the more non-traditional jobs and career paths graduates are facing.

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  1. Tip

    This post should have listed some of the so-called non-traditional paths. Are the non-traditional paths PR and marketing? If they are, I’m glad. I went to J-school, graduated and crossed over into marketing. That was the best decision I ever made. Why develop an ulcer by 30 when you can make a lot of money and develop an ulcer by 33? LOL. The thing I don’t like about journalists is that they look down on marketers and PR people, because they think they are better–because they haven’t sold out. I have to laugh when I think about that because um, GE owns NBC, and FOX is a media conglomerate. We have all sold out.