This seven-part JobsPage series describes trends that will touch all of us as we negotiate our careers in journalism — or whatever industry we move into.
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News audiences, credibility, advertising and media economics all came under some scrutiny at the Michigan State University’s School of Journalism ReThinkNews summit on Sept. 11, the second in a series.
Asked to speak on 21st Century media, Medill’s Owen Youngman instead describes the qualities needed for 21st Century journalists.
TIME articles about the future of work imply that journalism jobs will be faster, digital, more independent and require cooperation among a wider variety of people.