Timothy H.

International Correspondent
Happy to mentor
Happy to be contacted

About me

Timothy H.
English and Related Literature
English
Undergraduate
Langwith
2007
United Kingdom

My employment

International Correspondent
IR magazine
United Kingdom
Journalism and publishing
2007
£20000~5000
£20000~5000

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A day in the life of a International Correspondent in the United Kingdom

How I found out about the job

Personal contacts

Where I hope to be in 5 years

I would like to write for a national newspaper, covering general news/politics.

My advice to students considering work

Don't worry if uni isn't proving to be the best years of your life. I had an okay time at York but never felt that excited by life there. Things got a lot more interesting when I left uni, moved out of home properly and got a full-time job.

What I do

I work for a monthly trade magazine. In general, I produce a couple of news stories a week and a couple of feature articles a month. My duties include writing, editing, copy editing, conducting interviews and attending relevant events like press briefings and conferences.

Skills I use and how I developed them



Degree skills:
I developed good research skills.

Extracurricular skills:
Business and finance knowledge. News/feature writing and editing skills. I picked these skills up on the job.

What I like most

Lovely working environment. Freedom to develop my own story/feature ideas. Opportunity to travel abroad.

What I like least



What would I change? I'd prefer to write about something more interesting to me.

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