Reporter - Careers, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter, on a contract basis, to cover the early years of work life and getting started in your career.
The generation entering the workforce today is forecast to change jobs more frequently than prior generations; at the same time, technology is rapidly changing expectations and opportunities for employees.
This beat will explore the education and workplace choices and challenges facing young people today.
We are looking for a reporter with several years of experience, a proven ability to develop and execute upon story ideas and a receptivity to myriad forms of storytelling.
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Dow Jones, Making Careers Newsworthy
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