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WSJ seeks reporter to cover economics of agriculture in Chicago

October 7, 2013

Posted by Chris Roush

The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced journalist to cover the business and economics of agriculture in its Chicago Bureau. We’re seeking a newshound who’s eager to write often and has a proven record of delivering scoops of fact and insight.

The position also requires a yearning to discover and explain new ways in which the business of growing food intersects with the broader economy, policy making, and consumer habits.

This position is part of a team that also covers agricultural commodities markets and other aspects of agri-business, so it requires a person who is agile, adaptable, and able to work effectively with others. Minimum of five years experience required.

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