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In a world transitioning from free information to paying for trusted news, what should parents know about their child's interest in journalism?

You did your part in raising a college-ready student. You ensured good schools and teachers; supervised years of homework sessions; braved entrance exams and the obligatory tour of potential campuses. But now all seems lost.

Your child has just finished the freshmen year and given you news about choosing a major—journalism. Yikes! What can be done?

First—know that you are not alone. It might seem counter-intuitive with the dramatic decline the newspaper industry and mainstream media in general, but the number of undergraduate students seeking journalism degrees is actually larger today than 10 years ago and nearly 50 percent higher than 20 years ago.


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