Reporter, Economic Development

Job Description:

The Wall Street Journal’s Greater New York team is looking for an aggressive, news-breaking reporter to cover economic development in New York City and the region. The job includes coverage of health care and business, including the city’s booming tech scene, breaking news and explaining what it means for New York City and its suburbs. In addition to possessing a keen eye for a good story, the successful candidate will mine economic and demographic data to spot trends ahead of the competition — for GNY, U.S. News, and Page One. The successful candidate will have at least four years reporting and writing experience, plus great clips and strong references.

Applications should include a resume, cover letter, and up to five published clips.

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Company Overview:

About The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal is a global news organization that provides leading news, information, commentary and analysis. The Wall Street Journal engages readers across print, digital, mobile, social, and video. Building on its heritage as the preeminent source of global business and financial news, the Journal includes coverage of U.S. & world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports, and health. It holds 36 Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding journalism. The Wall Street Journal is published byDow Jones, a division of News Corp (NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV).

Equal Opportunity Employer:

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vets

Requisition ID 2016-28210

Job Locations USA – NY-NEW YORK

Job Function News/Editorial

Business Area NEWS/WSJ

Job Area1 News

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