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Distribution of licensed journalists by educational background, May 17, 2021 Adjust font size:

The All-China Journalists Association compiled and released the Development of China's News Media in 2020. Following the publishment of the Chinese and English versions in 2020, the Foreign Languages Press has recently launched the French, Spanish, Arabic and Russian versions. In this new era that features a wide variety of media, what changes and progress has China's news media made in response to new opportunities and challenges? Let AI data give you the answer.

According to the Development of China's News Media (Released in 2020), as of December 31,2019, China had 232,830 licensed journalists. In terms of academic qualifications, 37,279 of them had the associate's degree, accounting for 16.01%; 169,352 had the bachelor's degree, accounting for 72.74%; 22,922 had the master's degree, accounting for 9.84%; 81 had the doctoral degree, accounting for 0.34%; and 2,476 had other academic qualifications, accounting for 1.06%.

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