Translator - English to Japanese, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a full-time translator to translate a wide range of English-language articles into Japanese.
The candidate will be expected to quickly and accurately translate stories on business and financial issues.
The candidate should have a strong command of English and Japanese, in-depth knowledge of core subject matters and strong writing skills, especially in Japanese. Experience in journalism is a plus.
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