* Tribune is nationally known and has a great reputation, which means you don't have the same challenges as reporters who work for smaller media outlets.
* Despite the issues facing the industry, the Tribune has strong ethics and won't force you to sell your soul to please readers and advertisers.
*Too much complacency and not enough fresh ideas.
*Before accepting a salary, make sure to get it in writing. The things I've seen...
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL).
Applied online through a job posting site. I was contacted within 5 days by their in-house recruitment staff and participated in a phone screen. I then participated in a phone interview with the hiring manager. Next, was an in person interview with the hiring manager and the associated staff. Following that was a phone interview with the director of the department, after which, an offer was made.
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