Barron’s is seeking a highly motivatedwriterto cover the $18 trillion mutual fund and ETF industry. Drawing upon a broad network of sources and his or her experience covering investing and the fund industry, the successful candidate will break and aggregate news while offering opinion, analysis, and actionable advice. In addition to daily blogging, the job includeswritingthe weekly ETF column and regular features for Barron’s magazine. We are looking for a candidate who has the expertise and poise to appear on video offering advice and analysis, and moderate panels if assigned to do so. The Barron’s fund reporter has unparalleled access to the industry, and the successful candidate will make the most of it. The target audience is investors who want to keep up with news and better manage their money.
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Requisition ID 2016-28474
Job Locations USA – NY-NEW YORK
Job Function News/Editorial
Business Area BARRON’S
Job Area1 News
Job Area2 News
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