Survey: Newspaper Reporter Worst Job

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By: Kyle Kensing | CareerCast

Working as a newspaper reporter was a dream job for Rochelle Gilken, but that changed as the years passed and the industry shifted gears. “The pay left a lot to be desired, and the stress – oh boy! I have two kids, and I have to say that I couldn’t balance home and work and be happy due to the stress,” says Gilken, who spent six years as a crime reporter for the Palm Beach Post.

Of course, low pay and high stress are part of a reporter’s job description, but other changes led to Gilken’s decision to change industries.


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