Elahe Hicks and his son in the picture
You can find work for newspapers, magazines, TV stations, radio stations, colleges and universities, as well as a wide assortment of Internet portals. Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that as of 2018 the majority of journalists worked for newspapers and magazines. A smaller but significant share worked for TV and radio stations. The job outlook for journalists isn’t promising. Employment is expected to decline ten percent from 2018-2028, partially due to losses in advertising revenue. Opportunities will be strongest at online magazines and newspapers. The median salary of journalists as of May 2018 was $41,260.