"It's okay not to be okay": How the journalism industry can affect mental health. - The journalism industry can impact people's mental health in a variety of ways. However, to just what extent is this happening and what can be done to try and improve mental health experiences in the industry.

"Technology is like an addiction." Creating a healthy work-life balance as a journalist. - Technology is a vital tool for a journalist however, always being connected can make it difficult to strike a healthy work-life balance. How can this be done and what are the affects if a work-life balance is not implemented?

"Words don't hurt... but they do" The impact social media backlash can have on journalists' mental health. - Being a journalist means that sometimes you are public facing and the result of this can be that you experience trolling. What affect does trolling have on a journalist and what needs to be done to limit the impact it can have on their mental health?

7 tips on how to handle rejection as a student journalist - For fellow student journalists, sometimes learning to cope with rejection is something that isn't considered when entering your studies. If it something that you struggle with, here are 7 tips on how to make rejection easier.

"Depressing but not surprising" An insight into the financial challenges of freelance journalism - For some people, the option to freelance can help fit around their life style. However, one of the downsides can be the lack of financial stability that this brings. How can this be improved and what support is available?

"It's not acceptable" How the journalism industry needs to address socioeconomic diversity. - The journalism industry still has stereotypes of the background people who are in the industry have come from. However, for those that have come from a lower socioeconomic background, entering and staying in the industry can prove more challenging.

"Grave concerns" with how social media and search engines can affect the journalism industry. - Search engines and social media used to be a beneficial way for journalists and publications to share their work to their audiences. However, there has been a change in how many members of their audiences are able to see the work. So what does this mean for the industry?

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