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WSJ seeks credit reporter in NYC

October 7, 2013

Posted by Chris Roush

The Wall Street Journal¹s Personal Finance bureau is seeking a New York-based reporter to cover consumer credit and banking. The natural candidate will be able to jump from big trend stories to news scoops and write with panache, and have a proven ability to develop deep sources within the industry and among government and consumer-advocacy groups.

The reporter must have knowledge of banking and personal-finance issues, and be a skillful writer with a proven ability to generate news. The reporter will write Weekend Investor section-front and inside stories and regular blog posts, as well as stories for Page One and the Money & Investing front page.

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