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Happy to announce new job with NationalJournal.com

The ever-loyal group of folks who noticed my return to blogging also inquired about whether the job search is over. And I'm happy to announce that my tangle with unemployment has ended. Later this month, I begin a new role as Online Managing Editor at NationalJournal.com in Washington, D.C.

I'm so honored to work at such a prestigious magazine, especially one that lets me put my obsession for politics to good use.

Obviously, this means I'm leaving the newspaper industry in favor of serving niche topical audiences in the magazine world. I'm excited by the possibility to take what I've learned about how to effectively cover a wide range of topics across a wide range of mediums and apply it to a narrower spectrum of topics.

This also means the stockpile of newspaper related ideas I've had safely stored in my head for use during interviews are ready for release on this blog. So, get ready.

Comments (5)

Congratulations, Lucas! It should make for an exciting next few months, in particular.

Congrats on the new gig!

Marsha:

Hi Lucas,

Congratulations on the new role. I've been following your blog for some time and am pleased to see that you've returned to blogging.

Congratulations Lucas! Way to go!

Bubba Gump:

Pity.

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