WSJ seeks personal finance and wealth editor
The Wall Street Journal seeks a creative and experienced editor to lead its coverage of personal finance and wealth.
The editor will supervise a team of reporters who write about the full range of our readers’ financial lives–student loans, housing, college savings, building wealth, retirement, philanthropy and much more. The personal finance and wealth team also works closely with colleagues in Washington to explore, explain and report on how policy affects pocketbooks.
The Journal covers personal finance with experience and authority, and the trust our readers place in us to untangle the mysteries of money is paramount. The editor must have impeccable judgment, a fine hand for copy and experience with financial topics.
To apply, go here.