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Employment Prospects


Newspapers of all kinds run columns, as do certain magazines and even public radio stations, where a recording is played over the airways of the author reading the column. Many columnists have their own Web sites or work for newspapers, magazines, and other employers that have an online presence. Some columnists are self-employed, preferring to market their work to syndicates instead of working for a single newspaper or magazine.

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