Newspaper Journalist: Newspaper journalists investigate and write up stories for local, regional and national newspapers. This would require excellent writing skills and interest in current affairs.
Publishing copy-editor/Proof-Reader: Proofreading involves correcting grammatical and spelling errors, whereas copy-reading involves looking at the work and fixing problems with style and tone. Copy-editors usually do fact-checks, they making sure that everything in the text is accurate and true. Most organizations combine both job roles into one position.
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