University can be a competitive time, right? Doubly so if you have opted for a career in journalism. Even while studying it is likely that you burned the midnight oil trying to score big bylines and get one up on your peers. So, when embarking on your career, it’s useful knowing where your contemporaries studied prior to working in the media. This can open up channels for networking and getting a job on a similar title, and also informs you of the sort of publications that your fellow alumni now work on. So, here’s a handy infographic explaining where US tech journalists used to study (data from 2015):
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