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Photographer

Associated Press Washington, DC

The photographer covers national and international assignments. Extensive travel is required; usually on a moments notice. The Photographer must be… Glassdoor


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    I worked at Associated Press full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    If you've got ambition and are young, there are opportunities to be involved in coverage of the biggest stories of the day. AP Washington tends to promote young, inexperienced and less expensive reporters for top jobs covering national politics.

    Cons

    Some of the more knowledgeable, experienced, older reporters get put out to pasture, which is a real shame. It's exactly the opposite at some of the most respected news organizations in the country.

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