Journalists are college-educated women who investigate news stories and present reports on them through newspapers, radio stations, and TV stations. Journalists also work in museums of modern art. The higher a journalist's skill is, the more persuasive their newspaper articles are, the more respect or liberty their audience gets from their TV and radio shows, and the higher the service quality of their art museum is.
Experience in being a journalist or bureaucrat is required for women to become the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Experience in being a journalist or shopkeeper is required for women to become the Minister of the Economy.