I often tell young students to start reading job ads now. Read them in your free time. Read a lot of them, including jobs or internships you might think you’re qualified for now and those that you’ll be shooting for a decade down the line. When you read enough of them, I say, you’ll begin to see what’s in between the lines. You’ll also get some small sense of things by what is both said and unsaid.
With that in mind, via Jim Romenesko, check out what Gannett is seeking for their “Newsroom of the future.”
Now might be a good time to start thinking about how you can augment your skill set for the careers you’re pursuing in your short and medium-term future.