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Journalists need help coping with:

- Work trauma

- Stress

- Social anxieties (brought on by, among other things, social media)

- Tech addiction

Companies must have strategies for dealing with and providing care for those and other afflictions.
It is inexcusable that leading news outlets expect people to be "always on" while not providing them the resources to cope with the consequences of being "always on."
Just last week @mashable promoted a job listing for someone who is "always on" and interested in the "dark" places of the web. But there wasn't any detail about healthcare, including mental health services, offered to Mashable employees.
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