Job titles: heavyweight journalism

No one can accuse my colleagues of lightweight journalism.

As well as recently gaining an 'editor at large' (which appears to be publishing's equivalent of a 'minister without portfolio'), we now have - thanks to recent job title changes - a 'heavy commercial reporter'.

I believe that's a reference to the journalist's specialist field of heavy commercial vehicles rather than to any penchant he may have for pies.

1 comment:

Editrix said...

Oh my. If my job title were "heavy commercial reporter," I'd feel intense pressure not to gain any weight-- AT ALL -- for fear that things would get out of hand and people would start snickering when I told them what I do.