Online journalists research and write website content. They may be full-time or freelance salaried employees. They may work for online journals, professional societies, online companies and government agencies. Some writers are volunteers or contributors and are not paid for writing.
What you need to get started
Taking up computer courses to learn to use word processing programs, graphic design software, and the Internet could be valuable.
Journalists may be full-time salaried workers or employed on a freelance basis.
Opportunities for online journalists to work for online publications, professional associations, businesses with an online presence, and government agencies
Finland, Netherland, Norway, Denmark, New Zealand, Switzerland, and Sweden
Bachelors degree in Journalism and Mass Communication
Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Flair for writing
An eye for editorial
A knack for storytelling
Considering this field, the best place to get started is to find the perfect mentor to guide you.