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July 01, 2008


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I just discovered this blog after searching for some magazine journalism advice. As an undergrad studying journalism and political science, your advice is really helpful and relatable, and I'm really interested in your work so far! I've also been looking into the CampusProgress.org internship program, and it sounds like you really enjoyed your work with them. I'd love to talk with you about my interests and maybe get some additional advice from you, but I can't seem to find your e-mail. How can I contact you? Thanks!

I found this as I waited to go into a journalism lecture. It was an eye-opener and a refreshingly honest account of what it takes to get ahead in this field.

I'm in a stage where I am unsure about what field I want to go into, and this advice article has answered so many questions! Oddly enough, I have been undecided between public relations and journalism. Although I constantly hear about the low-pay of a journalism career (which is why I was considering PR), it has always been my biggest love. Doing something I love over a slightly better-paying job that I'm not so crazy about is what I'll definitely be doing.

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