Extraordinary Jobs in Mediaby Alecia T. Devantier, Carol A. Turkington
If you have a nose for news and are looking for a unique way to make a living, where can you go to find out about exciting, nontraditional careers? Look no further. From advice columnist to winegrower, ATF agent to radio reporter, the Extraordinary Jobs series introduces you to some of the best jobs you may never have considered. Each volume profiles at least 30 careers, each with a career description, education and training requirements, salary range, and employment outlook, as well as "Perks," "Pitfalls," and "Get a Jump on the Job" sections. Each profile also features a personal interview with a professional in the field. Further resources at the back of each book include listings of relevant organizations, periodicals, books, and Web sites.
Careers profiled in Extraordinary Jobs in Media include: AP wire service staffer, Automotive writer, Crossword puzzle creator, Fact checker (magazines), Foreign correspondent, Gossip columnist, Helicopter news reporter, Movie critic, National Geographic photographer, Political columnist, TV news anchor, TV weather forecaster.
About the Author:
Alecia T. Devantier is a former educator who has worked on a national curriculum-development program
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