Newspaper Reporter Ranked Worst Job in U.S.

Last year, when CareerCast ranked 200 jobs in the US, being a newspaper reporter came out 199, the second worst (above only lumberjack). This year, newspaper reporter is ranked 200th -- the worst job in America. The group cited "negative growth outlook" and low salaries.

Source: Poynter

Posted on: April 18, 2015

South Africa Chair Open in Investigative Reporting

South Africa's Wits University Journalism Programme is looking for applicants for the Taco Kuiper Chair in Investigative Reporting. This is a unique opportunity to teach and supervise African grad students, participate in the Taco Kuiper Awards and the African Investigative Journalism Conference, and to write, research, and publish.

Source: Wits University

Posted on: January 16, 2015

OSF seeks Journalism Program Director

The Open Society Foundations are seeking a London-based director for the Program on Independent Journalism, a grantmaking and operational program that strengthens the work of professional, ethical, public interest journalism worldwide, and the organizations, policies, and legal environments that enable it to flourish in the digital age. The program has previously been known as the Media Program.

Source: Open Society Foundations

Posted on: February 7, 2014