The Wall Street Journal’s personal finance bureau is seeking a New York-based reporter to cover retirement.
The natural candidate will be a skillful writer with a proven ability to generate news and features, be able to jump from big trend stories to news scoops and write with panache.
He or she should have a proven ability to develop deep sources within the industry and among government and advocacy groups.The candidate must have knowledge of issues related to retirement, including but not limited to insurance, employer-based savings plans and tax-advantaged retirement accounts, and elder care.
He or she will be expected to write Weekend Investor section-front and inside stories and blog posts, as well as stories for Page One and the Money & Investing front page.
Please attach a resume, cover letter and three to five published clips to your online application.
To apply, go here.