“Thousands upon thousands of newspaper journalists have lost their jobs in recent years in endless rounds of layoffs and buyouts,” says the American Journalism Review in a piece by Robert Hodierne. “What happens in the next act?” The piece highlights a site run by a designer that shows the effect in the US, called Paper Cuts.
It includes a survey of those who were made redundant and what happened. The good news: most found a job, and a third of them in three months. The bad news: many are making less money.