Working As An Intern For Placer Times

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Working as an intern for Placer Times, a major newspaper company in Addis Ababa, Africa, I am here to have my voice heard. I grew up in a big city where no one had a car. We either walked, took trams, or subways. At age 16, I got my first job two blocks from my house writing magazine articles. Ever since then, I have been interning at big news paper companies in big cities all around the world. I have traveled to many cities, reporting local news and thus never really got a chance to settle down. I am currently 24 years old and living in a three-bedroom apartment with two other women in the heart of Addis Ababa, Africa. Much like San Francisco, this city is over-crowded, contains too many tourists, and its beautiful views are being…show more content…
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