This research report updates the analysis of journalists’ diversity characteristics from 2020 to 2021. It can be read in conjunction with the NCTJ’s Diversity in Journalism report, published in November 2017, and Journalists at Work, published in October 2018.
This independent research aims to assess the impact of investing in an NCTJ-accredited course and performing well in the diploma. It follows the first report, which was published in 2015.
We consulted with journalism and media employers in the UK to determine the relevance of shorthand in their businesses.
This research report updates the analysis of journalists’ diversity characteristics from 2018 to 2021. It is based on 2020 Labour Force Survey (LFS) data. It can be read in conjunction with the NCTJ’s Diversity in Journalism report, published in November 2017, and Journalists at Work, published in October 2018.
We commissioned this research to provide new and consistent information across a range of industry sectors on the journalism professions. It is both an update of the organisation’s 2012 Journalists at Work publication, and an exploration of issues that have emerged since.
A lack of diversity within the British media continues to be a major concern in the industry and beyond. This research report examines in depth the reasons for the lack of diversity in the British media, and what can be done about it.
This 52-page report provides independent, comprehensive labour market information about the freelance journalism sector and includes the results of a survey of more than 600 freelance journalists.
This research was designed to provide comparable results to the graduate destinations survey conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Authority (HESA).
This research report examines the drivers of changes in the journalism industry and the implications of those changes for the employment and use of journalistic skills. The report and its findings are based on detailed submissions from journalists, educators, employers and industry bodies.
Over 1,000 journalists contributed to the Journalists at Work 2012 survey, which provides a comprehensive demographic profile of the journalism industry, including personal characteristics and geographical employment patterns.