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Joshua Stewart



Joshua Stewart is the local host of Morning Edition on GPB Radio. He’s also hosted Weekend Edition and filled in on All Things Considered in addition to reporting news from around the state. He came to GPB in 2010 from Tampa, Fla., where he hosted All Things Considered and produced an award-winning local public affairs program called Florida Matters at WUSF Public Media. Joshua’s work has been recognized with two regional Edward R. Murrow awards and numerous Associated Press nods. He grew up along the World’s Most Famous Beach and lived throughout Florida before coming just a little north to Georgia. Joshua also reported and worked with college journalism students in Jacksonville.


New Chatham Districts OK'd

The U.S. Department of Justice has approved Chatham County’s new school board and county commission district maps. Candidates for those offices qualified for the July primary last month under the...

June 12, 2012 - 9:06am

Ga. Employers Expect Stable Staffing

Fewer Georgia employers plan to hire additional workers this summer compared to the spring. But four out of five Georgia companies -- 79 percent -- said they will maintain their current staff right...

June 12, 2012 - 2:29am

WORKING: Difficult Bosses

Our resident career guru Brandon Smith comes by most weeks to help us maximize our working lives. He also occasionally answers questions from listeners and blog readers. This week, he tackles two...

June 8, 2012 - 1:45pm

New Tourism Campaign Targets Women

Flip through Southern Living or Family Circle magazine and you’re likely to come across one of the state’s new ads touting Georgia’s tourist attractions. They’re part of a new campaign emphasizing...

June 8, 2012 - 11:30am

State Weighs New Landfill Rules

State regulators are proposing new rules for some types of landfills to try to limit their numbers. The rules would apply to unknown numbers of largely unregulated "inert-waste" landfills. However,...

June 8, 2012 - 6:00am


Recent Blog Posts

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Working and Career

WORKING: The Pendulum Swing - Labor Shortages Coming Soon?

Some economists say the United States is facing a labor shortage in the next 10 to 15 years, in part because there’s about to be a mass exodus in the workforce as baby boomers finally retire. That’s...

May 12, 2014 - 3:45am
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Working and Career

WORKING: Forget Your Resume - Where's Your Website?

More and more career advisers say job-seekers need a personal website to stand out—the standard resume just isn’t enough anymore. The argument is that having a unique website dedicated to a job-...

April 21, 2014 - 4:23am
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Working and Career

WORKING: Sharing Employees' Salaries Might Make Them Work Harder

Ever wonder what your co-workers take home every payday? Though many workplaces forbid talking about that, new research suggests being open about pay actually makes people work harder. It may sound...

April 14, 2014 - 3:32am
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Working and Career

WORKING: Why Young College Grads Can't Find Work

About one in five young people in Georgia—ages 16 to 24—is out of work. For people in their early 20s, the numbers are even worse at close to 40 percent. Workplace and career expert Brandon Smith...

April 7, 2014 - 4:28am
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Working and Career

WORKING: Making Weekends Work Doesn't Mean Working On The Weekends

People who are considered successful don’t just use the work week to get ahead. Many use their weekends, too. But maybe not in the way you think. “What these people realize is, life is like a report...

March 31, 2014 - 3:00am