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Some very practical advice for surviving a life after journalism by Kim Pearson.

To position yourself for those opportunities, you have to hone your 21st-century reporting and business skills. Let’s take the first part first. If you are laid off and gettiing unemployment, you might be able to get money forĀ  If you aren’t in a position to go back to school right now, there are a host of free online classes and guides on topics ranging from multimedia reporting to legal issues for onlie publishers.Many of them are from leading institutions such as Poynter’s News University, MIT and Tufts Universities.

As you think of retraining, think about specializing in a niche where there is likely to be an ongoing demand for expertise, even in a down economy.

A lot of what we talk about here at NTZ is what to learn and what to do. Free online classes couldn’t hurt anyone, including yours truly.

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