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J-school failure: Just 26 percent of new reporters have skills to do the job

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A journalism degree can cost nearly $100,000 for graduate students, but for many it's a waste of money because they are leaving school without the skills needed in the new age of digital reporting and publishing, according to a sweeping new survey of the industry. The highly-regarded Poynter Institute, an international strategy center and leader in journalism education, found in their 2013...