The Age Of Discrimination Behind these tales are the cold numbers: Of the 280,000 editors and reporters working in TV, radio and print in 1996, fewer than 25 percent were over 45, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (compare that to over a third o

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Newspapers: PRESSED FOR TIME – Mandatory arbitration clauses raise “deadline” dread
by Thomas Goetz

By publishing standards, Jan Lajoie’s rise was a rapid one. In the seven years she worked at Fidelity’s Mutual Fund Guide, she moved up from part-time researcher, to managing editor, to editor-in-chief, and then, at 48, to publisher.

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