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Everyone Needs a Side Hustle

ON A MONDAY AFTERNOON nearly 20 years ago, when I was a young political reporter, our human resources director asked me to stop by his office—and when I left five minutes later, I no longer had a job. That’s not so surprising; since 2008, U.S. newsrooms have been cut in half. But at the time, with the newspaper industry flush, I

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