Almost 60 Percent of US Newspaper Jobs Vanish in 26 Years

Statistical confirmation from the United States adds to the points about the collapse of newspapers I made in two recent postings: “Suddenly, national newspapers are heading for that print cliff fall” and “Mass media is over”.

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has issued data for media employment trends over the 26-year period from 1990 onwards. In other words, from the dawn of the internet age until now.

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