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I have a degree in Broadcast Journalism with a concentration in Media Production. I've worked at a news station, newspaper and ad agency.
It sounds like a career in broadcast or print journalism would be great for you! Specifically, writing for a newspaper about international affairs or anything else you are passionate about. You'll most likely start at the bottom of the totem pole but eventually, you can land a spot as a reporter for a newspaper or TV station. By reporting hard-hitting news, you can make a difference. You can also shed light on issues that people might otherwise not hear about. This will allow you to travel and conduct interviews, meaning you won't be stuck at a desk all day. Just keep in mind that the schedule can be really hectic. Also, I've seen reporters cry after reporting a story because it's so difficult for them to speak with the families of murder victims and such. But, it's important work and it matters, so it sounds like this might be a good fit for you!
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