Looks like a lucrative gig. The bidding starts at 17K ...
I made $32K in my first journalism gig out of grad school, 16 years ago; and it was barely a 30-hour commitment (real time) per week.
That's a good shop in Ionia ...
Must ... be ... open ... to ... defending ... plagiarists.
Cory forgot to mention the FOX office's close proximity to Leaves And Loaves ...
I once had an editor tell me, "If you can succeed in any of the Wilmington markets -- Delaware or North Carolina -- you're golden!"
The area's fine, and we don't necessarily need a "trio of brothers who all wrestled D1 in college" to confirm that. :)
Who cares about the circulation in the 1970s? That irrelevant info predates Coack K's arrival to Durham, and offers no insight to the paper's...
Please excuse the sarcasm; I want this job really bad, and I don't understand why everyone's not leaping for it.
What wasn't a good 'fit' for you? The good pay? Big city? Working for Sports Illustrated?
I wonder if not being able to write is a deal breaker?
I don't know the guy's name, but yes Golf.com.
I would really like a callback. Daddy needs to work in a big city.
I checked around. One of their guys is leaving for Golf.com.
What prompted this opening? I assume someone's leaving, right?
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