Some people want to be challenged by their peers. They crave intellectual stimulation and dynamic conversation. They look to collaborate, not compete, with the other leaders in their field.
Are you one of those people? If so, you should work for the Wall Street Journal.
“The best parts about working at the Journal are my colleagues. In the London office, I work with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists, graphic designers who bring life to complex concepts, and editors who help us see it all,” says reporter Lisa Fleisher.
Nikki Waller, bureau chief, loves how every day at work is driven by “big ideas and broad collaboration.”
“Best of all,” she adds, “You do the job alongside a couple thousand of the smartest people on planet Earth.”
Joining the Wall Street Journal means committing to excellence. It’s won 35 Pulitzer Prizes. It employs 1,800 journalists in more than 45 countries. And even more impressively, it has an online community of more than 36 million digital readers—per month.
Check out WSJ’s offices, then apply to work with the smartest people on Earth .