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November 7, 2013

There are more journalism students graduating every year than job openings in reporting. Still, in this tough market, there are a few things you can do to differentiate yourself, according to Allen Klosowski, vice president of mobile and connected devices at video advertising company SpotXchange.”Go out and make that happen,” said Klosowski.

Check out Matt Waite’s advice to help students land jobs in data-driven journalism.

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