WSJ seeks a management and careers reporter
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter in our management and careers bureau to pursue coverage ranging from leadership and the workplace to job satisfaction and getting ahead. The right candidate will be able to unearth fresh insight into everything from the most promising careers of the future to what’s happening now in cubicle culture.
The management team produces longer lead-time enterprise stories and also serves as a rapid response team that can broaden breaking news, from the corporate response to gun violence to sexual harassment in the workplace. Candidates should be capable of, and game to, pivot between both styles of reporting and writing.
We are looking for candidates enthusiastic about multiple forms of storytelling, from text to graphics to audio and video. The position is based in New York.
To apply, go here.