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WSJ seeks regulatory affairs reporter in DC

July 31, 2017

Posted by Chris Roush

wall-street-journal-logo_20110715210549Regulatory policy is a fast-changing area important to our readers as the new administration seeks to remake virtually every aspect of regulation across several industries, including those involving the environment, health care, transportation safety and other areas.

This reporting position will involve identifying trends and patterns in the ways in which business approaches Washington–and vice versa. The beat will involve looking at government from a business perspective — what does it want, is it getting it, and how is it going about getting it?

The reporter will drill into the rulemaking process, and will write about complex regulatory approaches in a way that is accessible to general readers.

Because so many of these issues have their own beat reporter, we will want this reporter to act as a cross-beat team player working with the Journal’s top-notch regulatory and corporate reporters around the globe.

It involves filing breaking news in real time as well as daily and enterprise stories.

To apply, go here.

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