Liberal Mainstream Newspapers Have Lost 279,000 Jobs Since 1990 [CHART]

U.S. newspapers have lost 279,000 jobs since 1990, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Newspaper employment dropped by 61 percent since 1990 and is currently 24 percent below its 1947 level. Peak newspaper employment was in the early 1990s, when the industry employed more than 450,000. Creative Destruction: Newspaper Employment in the US Has Collapsed…

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