Monday, September 20, 2010

Current review of labor market shows journalism a dying industry

9/18, Newsweek: The state of Kansas will no longer fund high school studies in what is called journalism. "Earlier this month, the state’s Department of Education decided to stop funding high-school instruction in the subject. Schools are free to raise their own money, but that’s not a path officials would recommend.
  • After a review of labor-market data, the state deemed journalism
  • a dying industry
  • unfit for public funds,
which are meant for “high-demand, high-skill or high-wage” jobs."
  • via RadioDailyNews

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