With many newsrooms working remotely or enforcing strict social distancing, this is possibly the worst time to be starting a career in journalism.
But it is not all doom and gloom. The International Journalists' Network has published some helpful tips on how budding journalists can adapt to these new ways of working.
Suggestions span from exploring new methods of storytelling, such as podcasts or newsletters, to harnessing 'soft' skills of resilience or adaptability.
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