The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter to cover technology and the broader business landscape from the Tokyo bureau. As a reporter, you will cover a supply chain that furnishes technology giants like Apple with everything from screens to computer chips, an electronics industry that defined consumer gadgets but is now fighting for relevance, and a panoply of global industrial giants.
You will also break news and identify important trends, particularly in technology. You will work with reporters across Asia, the U.S. and Europe to deliver world-class coverage against tough competition.
The ideal candidate has experience covering technology and business news, a talent for developing sources and breaking news, and the ability to conceptualize broader stories. Fluency in Japanese is a plus but not a requirement.