July 2, 2014
Posted on July 2, 2014 | Blogically Thinking
Women comprise only 36 percent of the journalism workforce and only 23 percent of the leadership (where they make 25 percent less than their male counterparts). Yet they make up 64 percent of journalism school enrollments, where many will elect careers in public relations. The numbers come from research supplied by the sponsors, The Poynter Institute and the press club's Journalism Training Institute. Many of the numbers come from the Women's Media Center study earlier this year.