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Hi. I've already posted this in the careers subforum but it didn't get many replies so I thought I might have more luck posting it in here.

I want to have a job in the media when I'm older, probably journalism of some kind. Obviously I know how competative this field of work is, and I will need a tonne of work experience. But do you think I would stand more chance with a media related degree or with a traditional subject such as English (maybe followed by a postgrad in journalism or something). My A levels are English, History, Geography and Psychology.
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Get a traditional degree and do a postgrad in journalism is my advice. Oh and make sure you get tons of work experience.
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(Original post by viviki)
Get a traditional degree and do a postgrad in journalism is my advice. Oh and make sure you get tons of work experience.
Thanks, that's what most people have been suggesting
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