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Updated: Jan. 27, 2009

Online resources for finding newspaper journalism jobs

Classified-type lists

  • Berkeley's J-Jobs print jobs page contains items culled from online sources like mailing lists and newsgroups, among others.
  • Copy Editor, the newsletter for copy editors, maintains a listing of copy editor and copy desk-related jobs.
  • Craig's List is city specific, but good. Look for writing jobs.
  • Editor & Publisher, the oldest journalism classified of them all, is online with its ads. Except they're all mixed in with the other classifieds from the parent company's other magazines.
  • Jeff Gaulin's super site of Canadian journalism jobs.
  • is a metasite of journalism job information (including the ability to post your resume).
  • focuses on jobs for minorities
  • is another metasite of journalism job information.
  • JournalistUSA allows employers to post jobs. It goes mainly after free-lancers and you have to register.
  • The National Diversity Job Bank the nation's most comprehensive newspaper job listings web site, is devoted to diversifying the industry. (You must register to use the site).
  • Newsroom Jobs
  • features thousands of free expert articles, tools, resources, free resume samples, worksheets, cutting-edge job search strategies and more.
  • The SunOasis site is a little unusual: It looks for editorial jobs on numerous databases and compiles them periodically.

State press associations

Journalism organizations with print job listings