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The Wall Street Journal is seeking an enterprising journalist with a track record of aggressive reporting and clear, authoritative writing to cover banking industry oversight. Speed, accuracy and enthusiasm for writing about the intersection of Wall Street and the government are essential. The reporter would join the financial regulation team and write for professional and general audiences across a range of WSJ products, with a particular focus on WSJ Pro Financial Regulation. The job is based in Washington, D.C., working closely with an existing team of regulation and finance reporters based in D.C., New York and beyond. Please include a cover letter, resume and up to five published clips with your online application.
The Wall Street Journal is a global news organization that provides leading news, information, commentary and analysis. The Wall Street Journal engages readers across print, digital, mobile, social, and video. Building on its heritage as the preeminent source of global business and financial news, the Journal includes coverage of U.S. and world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports, and health. It holds 36 Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding journalism. The Wall Street Journal is published by Dow Jones, a division of News Corp (NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV).
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Requisition ID 2017-30359
Job Locations USA-DC-WASHINGTON
Job Function News/Editorial
Business Area NEWS/WSJ
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