The most recent survey of U.S. business journalists shows a marginal increase in business journalists’ pay in the last six months to $56,591. Forty-two percent reported an increase in pay the past 2 years. That is up from 36 percent six months ago reporting an increase in pay. “Opportunities among journalists do seem to be […]
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U.S. business journalists – who report daily on the economic conditions in their communities – say they expect their local economic conditions, including the number of jobs available, to improve in the next six months, according to a new survey commissioned by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. Reynolds Center research 2012: […]
U.S. business journalists reported a median salary of $56,220 for 2010-11, according to research for the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism.
Other findings: 14 percent of those business journalists surveyed in mid-July said their newsroom was currently hiring full-time journalists, and one in five said their newsroom had shrunk in the past six months.
U.S. business journalists – who keep their fingers on the economic pulse of their communities – said they expected business conditions in their local areas to improve in the next six months, according to a new survey commissioned by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. | Business Journalists Study 2011 (PDF) In […]
Almost two-thirds of business journalists report that the amount of business coverage at their organization has stayed the same or increased in the past five years, according to a new survey commissioned by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. | Business Journalists Study 2010 (PDF) The Business Journalists Study 2010 is a […]
Young adults rely heavily on the Internet for economic news, according to a nationwide study released today by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. More than half of the 400 interviewees aged 18 to 25 said they relied a lot on the Internet for business news, followed by television and the advice […]
Television is cited as the primary source of news about the economy by more Americans than daily newspapers, the Internet and radio combined. In addition, more than half of those who primarily receive their economic news from television rate the coverage as good. Those are the results of a nationwide research report based on 450 […]
Eighty-eight percent of minority and independent business owners who have been interviewed by the media say the story that resulted was fair and accurate. However, 83 percent of respondents said reporters must improve their understanding of business. These findings are a part of new research on coverage of minority-owned and privately-held businesses from The Donald […]
Stock market tables in daily newspapers began shrinking more than a decade ago. In 2007, about two-thirds of the nation’s 1,400 daily newspapers still print some form of stock market tables, but virtually none print anything close to a full list of stock results. This research by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business […]