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Personal finance

Think like a business owner. Not a freelancer.

Not all journalism grads will work as full-time staff for a news organization. Maybe after searching on JournalismJobs.com and following up with journalism school contacts, you’ll choose to become a

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Navigating through finance as a freelancer

Freelancing is a double-edged sword: it comes without the security and benefits of a full-time job but allows for greater flexibility to pursue a wider range of opportunities and lifestyle

Covering personal finance: An introduction

By Dorianne Perrucci Jane Bryant Quinn thought for a moment before answering my question. “Exactly what is personal finance?” Quinn was the journalist whose Washington Post column on personal finance

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 three of those aspects together may look like an impossible task. For those who

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