Things to Keep in Mind When Covering Marginalized Communities

Things to Keep in Mind When Covering Marginalized Communities

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis earlier this year led to demonstrations in all 50

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Reporting Lessons From May’s Job Numbers

Early in June 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs numbers for May.

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Will Companies on Your Beat Sink or Swim in the Coming Months?

The stock market is up! Oh, sorry, down! Ah, wait, up after all! Trying to follow

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Tips For Negotiating a Salary at a First Job

Graduating is hard. Finding a job is hard. Living through a pandemic is hard. Combining all

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Avoid Getting Played by ‘Polls’

Who confuses the coronavirus family and Corona beer? Earlier this year, it would seem like many

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Accounts to Follow for Covering Health Care

Even without a pandemic, health and the business of health care are always a hot topic

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Judging the Information You Get

There is no good journalism without information. But there are very different types: poor, decent, good,

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We Still Don’t Understand the Covid-19 Numbers

It’s been, what, five months since the early news of Covid-19 spreading? Numbers are at the

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Reynolds Center Accepts Entries for Annual Barlett & Steele Awards in Investigative Business Journalism

Entries are now being accepted for the 2020 Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism,

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Here’s Why Readers Should Open an Online Social Security Account ASAP

The conventional wisdom, from federal agencies to financial planners, is to wait until the age of

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