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Jobs for journalists.

The revolving door of journalism spins quickly.

Not surprisingly, many Gazette staffers are finding the only way to remain in careers they enjoy is to leave Arkansas.

Ginna Parsons, a member of the Arkansas Gazette's copy desk, soon will be taking over the assistant news editor's job in Monroe, La., at Gannett's News-Star.

Donna Stokes, another member of the copy desk, will be moving to Reno, Nev., to take a similar post at the Reno Gazette-Journal.

Cynthia Jordan, a copy editor and former reporter, and Rodney Eslinger, a sports copy editor, have found jobs in Florida. Jordan is going to the Orlando Sentinel, and Eslinger is heading to the Fort Myers News-Press.
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Title Annotation:employment for former employees of Arkansas Gazette newspaper
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Oct 28, 1991
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