By: Rachel Bartlett | Journalism.co.uk
When it comes to getting your first job in journalism, there are a number of qualities all potential employers will be looking for.
You need to be able to write with accuracy and clarity, for example, and at times at speed (without – importantly – losing either of the first two staples of good reporting). It is also generally important to be well-versed in media law. Shorthand? Well, we will come to that later.