Piece together news stories into a finished paper.
As a Journalist you work as an Editor, Writer, or Reporter for a news or media outlet of some sort, whether that is TV, radio, print, or the web. Working as a Journalist you cull information on a daily basis, reviewing records and exploring facts for the truth, and the latest updates. Then you inform and educate through your careful interviews.
Depending on which mediums you work in, your daily tasks as a Journalist may range from reviewing a book (which can be done on your own time, in the comfort of your own home) to hard-core on-site journalism from someplace like a war zone (with dangerous surroundings and tight deadlines).
Though each medium calls for a particular kind of journalism, no matter where you work, you must maintain a point of view while also being objective. Time will also put you under a great deal of pressure, so staying calm and level-headed whether you’re interviewing a celebrity who’s fresh out of rehab, or if you’re in the middle of the aforementioned war zone, will be a great attribute for your reporting.
Whatever form of Journalism you decide to take on, you will be an informant to the public first and foremost. You should take pride in your work and the power of your position.