Foreign Affairs Journalism

Foreign affairs and World News journalists report on global conflicts and local stories of interest to a worldwide market. Foreign correspondents are sent abroad to report back their findings, require a journalism degree, and a graduate degree is usually preferred. A fluency in multiple languages would be beneficial for a potential foreign correspondent to have, and the journalist usually works for one specific media source. Travel is necessary, and correspondents are typically on call 24/7.

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