Barry Diller talks about his lack of "great expectations" for Newsweek, which he bought half of back in 2011, on a Bloomberg News clip via BuzzFeed. This has to be a great day in the Newsweek offices.
1. Newspaper reporter. After declining dramatically during the recession, newspapers are expected to continue losing jobs at a rate of 6 percent per year through 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. CareerCast said the job's grim outlook, shrinking budgets, stressful deadlines, lack of income growth and low pay made this the worst job in America. Median salary is $36,000.
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