Journalists research, write, and present articles and content for print, broadcast or electronic media. Depending on your specific role and area of specialisation, your responsibilities as a Journalist may also include compiling advertorials and liaising with camera operators.
The average salary of a Journalist is $68,141 per annum.
Projection: 10% more Journalists and other writers employed in Australia in 2020 (compared to 2015)
The top three regions for employment as a Journalist are:
Get into the journalism industry and learn how to write for print, broadcast and digital media. This self-paced course has no prerequisites so you can get started at any time.
Develop your specialist writing skills for digital and traditional media and become a qualified journalist with one of these nationally recognised university degrees.