A major survey which aims to discover the current state of the journalism industry closes on Monday.
The National Council for the Training of Journalists launched a questionnaire last month which aims to find out what journalists think of working conditions, training and recruitment.
The large-scale research project aims to update a report carried out by the Journalism Training Forum 10 years ago and find out how the industry has changed since then.
It asks journalists how changes in the industry have affected their jobs and how confident they are about the future of journalism as a profession.
The results of the survey are due to be released at the NCTJ’s Journalism Skills Conference in Nottingham on 28 and 29 November.
The survey, which takes 15 minutes to complete, can be viewed here.