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I recently went on a rant about five freelancer stereotypes that are both untrue and unfair. However, I have to admit: There are some stereotypes out there that are too true to ignore. Why its true: Solitude is both a blessing and a curse.
Reporting has always been more about art than science. Journalism schools can teach you what a nut graph is, but the best reporters learn on the job, building stories from scratch as they deal with difficult sources, bureaucratic roadblocks, and potentially threatening situations. Thats why were creating this journalism guide alongside our nonprofit sister site Contently.org.
Turns out that many of those other countries (including France) score better than the U.S. in at least one key metric not included in Cadillacs TV spot healthcare. United States Its fairly well accepted that the U.S. is the most expensive healthcare system in the world, but many continue to falsely assume that we pay more for healthcare because we get better health (or better health outcomes). Compared with the other 10 countries, the U.S. fares best on provision and receipt of preventive and patient-centered care.
Tennessee’s rural hospitals continue to struggle, bearing the burden of the state’s decision to pass on expanding the Medicaid program, the Memphis Daily News reported. Four rural hospitals closed in recent months–although one has since reopened–and dozens more are at risk of closing, according to the Daily News. The Tennessee Justice Center, a not-for-profit organization that focuses on healthcare delivery for low-income residents, identified 54 hospitals throughout the state that are in danger of closure.
Somehow I have given you the impression that I value my work at approximately zero dollars. Maybe when I mentioned my seven years of professional experience, you heard me say that I was so desperate for exposure that I valued it over a currency that would pay my rent. The most recent version of you emailed just this past weekend that you were interested in using a 2,500-word essay I had submitted.