Huffington Post :: Most college students hope to land a nice-paying job in their field of study immediately after graduation. And for the most part, I was headed in that direction. I finished my last two classes of graduate school at New York University and I had a new job waiting for me at the Wilmington (Del.) News Journal. Although Gannett has developed somewhat of a bad reputation in regards to caring for its employees, I was excited to start my new job. For the first time in my career, my immediate editor was going to be someone I could relate to and I was going to be paid more than I've ever made in my life. I was so excited in fact, that I decided to announce my hiring in a press release-style post on my blogs.
Hat tip: Jeff Jarvis, RT of Jim Romensko
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