If journalism is truly what you want as a career, do you think you will always have the liberty of writing solely about things you are interested in?
I sincerely hope not, you need to be able to write about what you are told to write about too otherwise your future as a journalist is doomed before its even begun.
Any person with a spell checker and basic literary skills can produce a good article about what they themselves are interested in but only a good journalist can produce a good article on something they have no interest in whatsoever.
As a journalist, the audiences interests are what's important, not yours.
I'm not voting because I don't know if I care or not to be honest and I don't see why you are asking either. Its your decision to make not ours. Only you know which is the right one.
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Originally Posted by <GregoryRasputin>
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