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Julia Pabst





My name is Julia Pabst. Just call me Jules and use the pronouns they/them, please. I am one of the five Co-Founders und the current Co-CEO of the social impact magazine amrand.at. My beat is: mental health, diversity and GenZ. 


With amrand.at we want to bring journalism to the 21st century and fulfill the media needs of GenZ. We produce multimedia content about topics connected to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.  

Now, a little bit more about myself: 

  • Born and raised in a small village in the Austrian alps.

  • I moved to Vienna for my studies four years ago.

  • I finished all forms of education with summa cum laude:

    • A-Levels in English, French, Mathematics, Psychology and Philosophy ; prescientific thesis about the Savant Syndrome at the BG/BRG Judenburg in Styria​

    • Diploma in Digital Photography and Editing at the LIK Akademie für Foto und Design in Graz 

    • Bachelor in Journalism and Media Management at the FH Wien der WKW 

      • Exchange Semester at the Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland: Focus on Contemporary Art Filmmaking

  • I've been working as a journalist since my 16th birthday:

    • Reporter and news anchor at Kanal3

    • Intern at Uppercut

    • Intern at ORF Steiermark

    • Intern at ORF-ECO

    • Intern and now freelance writer and photographer for Die Presse

    • Intern and freelance writer and photographer for trend

    • Intern at the ORF office of correspondents in Brussels

    • Multimedia Journalist at Trending Topics​​

  • I have been working as a freelance photographer for four years now​

For a more detailed CV go to my LinkedIn! 




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The Covid19-Pandemic hit young people and their job perspectives the hardest. Although they do everything they can, they struggle to find a job that can pay their bills. 

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Cover Stories trend

Female networks try to overcome sexism in the business world through cooperation. 

Female finance influencers intend to educate women in money matters.

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The Taliban use Social Media to persecute minorities and  former supporters of the Western forces.






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