From the Editor
This morning, after I hit the snooze button, I opened my CBC news app to see Donald and Melania quietly depart from the White House for the last time.
It’s mind-blowing to think that just two weeks ago, the world watched in real time as the U.S. capitol was sieged by white supremacists. Today, however, there is sense of renewal in the air. In the middle of January, it feels like spring.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to rage throughout the world, but the light at the end of the tunnel has become just a little bit brighter.
In this issue, our Interrobang and Gazette writers reflect on what job hunting now looks like in our virtual, socially distanced world. Interviews will now take place over Zoom, so how do we make a good impression? How do we address discrimination in the workplace? How do we maintain our mental health as we set out to start our careers? These questions and more are answered throughout.
We also have feature pieces on finding media jobs in smaller markets, preparing for job interviews, and the challenges of launching a career in the arts sector.
Soon many of you will graduate and begin new adventures. As days like today demonstrate, there is always something good to look forward to.
And so it goes,