Fitness & Wellness Reporter, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a versatile news and feature writer to cover the changing world of personal fitness, training, gym culture and the online fitness industry.
This reporter will work for the Life & Arts team on a contract basis.
The right candidate will generate original ideas to explore the evolving fitness category and the people and companies shaping it. The beat will also focus on the burgeoning wellness and mindfulness industries.
The reporter should develop a deep bench of sources and set the agenda in this new area of coverage.
Five years' reporting experience required.
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