Pressed for time: reporters leaving Hill jobs say long hours, increased demand leave little for personal life
Former reporters chasing ‘elusive’ work-life balance say new non-journalism jobs—even after a pay cut—have been life-changing.
Reporters scrum Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in this 2016 file photo. The increasingly long hours has left some senior journalists, including those with young children, to take jobs in the bureaucracy to have a more reasonable schedule. The Hill Times file photograph