Reporting Assistant - Exchange, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal seeks an enterprising reporting assistant to join the team of Exchange, the weekend business and finance features section.
The position entails researching and writing a weekly roundup of key market shifts for major businesses, as well as reporting and writing a variety of features, Q&As and profiles for the section.
The ideal candidate will be energetic and self-motivated with the ability to write quickly, clearly and concisely. Attention to detail and accuracy is important.
Extensive corporate/markets knowledge is not essential, as long as candidate is willing to learn on the job. Interest/experience in data visualization is a plus.
Interested candidates should click 'Apply' to submit a resume and 3-5 clips.
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