In 1975, a group of concerned reporters and investigative journalists met to share personal stories about reporting and writing. After one of their number suggested that what most characterizes the investigative reporter is "a sense of outrage", they agreed to form the group that is now known as Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE). On their homepage, visitors can read more about their mission, and job-seekers will definitely want to visit the "Networking/Jobs" section, as it contains recent job postings from around the country, complete with an RSS feed. Journalists and other such types will want to get their feet wet in the "Resource Center", with support from a number of charitable organizations, the Resource Center contains a database of over 20,000 stories and links to helpful news sources.


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