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While the goal posts have certainly changed, those looking to purchase a home — and those looking to sell — will still be able to accomplish what they want.
Today, graduates of journalism school see the profession as just that: a job. A paycheque. A security. They do what they're told to do. They're not journalists; they're employees. They don't buck the corporate system. They're part of it. Newsrooms are turning into mere offices.
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