WSJ seeks financial regulation data reporter
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a creative journalist who can tell complex stories about financial regulation through clever presentation of data and user-friendly graphics.
The ideal candidate would combine a deep knowledge of the subject and the data. This is a reporting job; skills with graphics and visuals would be preferred. We need somebody who can ferret out the relevant information, and help work with our graphics team to shape it.
This job is based in Washington, D.C. and the reporter will work closely with our existing team of regulation and market reporters in D.C., New York, and beyond.
Please include a cover letter, resume and up to five published samples of your work with your online application.
To apply, go here.