It’s not hard to imagine that both generalist and specialist job board have their own advantages. Generalist job boards are benefit from its diversity, and niche job boards are more often created and managed by experts from the same field who are familiar with the market. In some certain industry, people are more likely to label themselves and stay together, so they will go to a niche job board of their own expertise to find a job; for example IT, finance, medical, fashion, etc. Now let’s look at two major niche job boards for journalism in USA.
Mediabistro is the leading provider of jobs, news, education, events, and research for the media industry. Mediabistro’s mission is to help media professionals succeed and grow in their careers by providing them with opportunities to acquire new positions, knowledge, skills, and connections. Mediabistro hosts a range of industry conferences, trade shows, cocktail parties, and online events designed to enhance the knowledge of media professionals and provide valuable networking opportunities.
JournalismJobs.com was founded in August 1998 by Dan Rohn, a former copy editor and business writer with The Washington Post, editor with America Online, and Washington, D.C.-based stringer for Money Magazine. JournalismJobs.com is the largest and most-visited resource for journalism jobs, and receives between 2.5 to 3 million page views a month.
Author: Kelly Desormes
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