You will hear a recording. Select the paragraph that best relates to the recording.
(1) Getting a job in journalism requires relevant experience, such as writing articles to meet the specific deadlines. You’re advised to apply for the temporary internships with local papers. Building up a set of cuttings in the portfolio may also help when applying for a job.
(2) Your qualification in journalism is not as important as the practical skills so that you should develop your skills, such as communication. You’re also advised to create a portfolio from secondary school onwards.
(3) Your employers care more about the practical knowledge in journalism, and you’re advised to practice your editing skills. You’re also advised to build up portfolio after graduation.
(4) There are different ways for you to get a job in journalism and the easiest method is through the unpaid internships. In addition, it is worth building up a set of cuttings in a portfolio from secondary school onwards.