Retirement Reporter, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a dynamic reporter to cover the retirement of the baby boomer generation. This reporter will work for the Life & Arts team on a contract basis.
The largest U.S. demographic group is redefining the aging process and writing new rules on everything from dating to travel to burials.
The ideal candidate will be able to identify distinctive stories about how the boomers are growing old.
The beat will include coverage around wealth, travel, health, nutrition, relationships and loneliness.
Five years reporting experience required.
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