Don't let being laid off send you down the wrong path. Refine your thinking and set clear goals.
A typical newsroom job is not the only place where you can write, report and edit.
Skip overused phrases such as “team player,” “people person” and “hard worker."
Focus on the positives and don't offer unsolicited advice.
Doing a video interview can be challenging. Make sure you're ready.
Veteran newsroom recruiter and staff development editor Joe Grimm has some excellent tips.
A good cover letter can improve your chances of getting an interview.
Tax time can be very stressful. Use these tips to make the process simpler.
Staying organized is very important.
Make sure to send a thank you note to everyone who interviewed you.
Make your job easier.
Follow these tips to jump-start your job search.
Social media can play an important role in finding a new job.
A former broadcast journalist offers some insight.
Pitch an idea that hasn’t been covered, or offer a new angle on an old story.