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My first journalism job: never stop learning


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In many ways, the securing of one’s first job in journalism can seem more of an end, than a beginning. The conclusion of the seemingly endless weeks of work experience, the long periods of working for free, internship after internship, the end of years of studying, the cramming for exams while desperately attempting to freelance on the side. The end of trying to stand out among your colleagues and course-mates, fighting for patch stories, for exclusive interviews and the end of applications for jobs. This is only partly the case.

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The money-saving site you own: free money and shares


[Promotional post for imutual, by Natasha Clark]

Richard Yendall is transforming the way we shop online, and getting us involved in it. Meet the money-saving site that offers you business shares in a new online business model based on mutuality.

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