The Wall Street Journal has launched WSJ Noted, a digital magazine aimed at readers younger than 35.
Dory Carr-Harris writes, “The magazine features original work and enterprise reporting by the Noted team as well by reporters from across the Journal. We’ll also be featuring new voices from outside the newsroom. As a news and culture publication, our coverage will cut across a variety of topics such as money, jobs, health, education, entertainment, values and identity.
“Right now, the world looks completely different than it did when we woke up six months ago, on January 1. The economic, political and social landscape has shifted drastically; so too has the way we connect to our families, colleagues and communities as we continue to endure a worldwide pandemic. Deep anxiety about the state of the global economy has opened up a chasm of uncertainty about the future for younger generations. And the systemic change being demanded by those protesting racial injustice has demonstrated that there is a desire from many to reassess some of the foundational structures of our society.
“In our inaugural issue, we grapple with the question of how to move forward when the ground beneath us keeps shifting. We’re in the period of our lives where we are coming up against major life decisions: where to live, whether to put down roots, whether to continue our education, how to support ourselves, and whether to start, or grow, a family. Choosing whether to defer these major decisions could alter the course of our lives.”
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