Write editorials and features with a heavy emphasis on business, governance, politics, and market issues that reflect the Journal editorial page's free market philosophy and that are tailored for the global audience of the Journal's print edition and website. In coordination with the editorial page editor, select topics for editorials, develop arguments, and write persuasive opinion articles. Participate in editorial board meetings, as well as contribute to videos, podcasts, the Journal Editorial Report TV show and other platforms that are or will be part of The Wall Street Journal opinion section.
- College graduate with at least 8+ years reporting and writing experience, preferably with an emphasis on political and economic content.
- It is essential that candidates be familiar with the ideas, philosophy and principles for which the Wall Street Journal editorial page stands.
- Flexible to do weekend/evening work as required.
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Business Area: EDITORIAL
Job Category: News/Editorial Group
Req ID: 32358