Robert Heller Quote

When I left university I had two objectives; I wanted to write and I wanted to get married. The only way I could afford both was to get a job as a journalist. At that time, the National Union of Journalists was very powerful and would not allow the direct recruitment of journalists from college except under special circumstances. The Financial Times was deemed special and duly recruited a cadre of very bright young people. I joined the FT as part of that now celebrated intake and, as a result, found myself working on a business newspaper.


Interview: Robert Heller (2006)

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When I left university I had two objectives; I wanted to write and I wanted to get married. The only way I could afford both was to get a job as a...

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When I left university I had two objectives; I wanted to write and I wanted to get married. The only way I could afford both was to get a job as a...

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When I left university I had two objectives; I wanted to write and I wanted to get married. The only way I could afford both was to get a job as a...

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When I left university I had two objectives; I wanted to write and I wanted to get married. The only way I could afford both was to get a job as a...