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Being a journalist brings you the challenges of going in to the depth of news story, cover the incidents and make the impact on the world. The investigation and research consumes a lot of time of any journalist. The typical day for any journalist generally starts with reading the current stories, conducting research on them and doing their analysis. They have a busy schedule almost all the day. It requires curiosity and zeal on their part to get to the figures and facts so that the true story can be revealed. The video below explains the typical day in the life of a journalist.The journalists have to meet variety of people during their work. They also take interviews and write the story on that. With growing technology, their work has become relatively simpler as they can do their research or take interview while sitting at office, still a lot of travel is still required. The day often gets dragged beacuse of last minute emergencies. Therefore great deal of passion and dedication is required for this profession.
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