Reporter - Consumer Health, The Wall Street Journal - NY
3 days left
- Full Time
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to join Life & Arts to cover consumer health.
The beat will focus on newsy personal health trends with an emphasis on mental health (stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, Alzheimer's) and men's health. The beat will also include health news and trends around wellness, diet, unregulated supplements and alternative medicine.
The reporter will write mainly newsy features and work closely with our "Your Health" columnist and our corporate health reporting group.
At least five years of beat reporting experience, ideally covering a health-related topic, is required.
Please click 'Apply' and include a cover letter and at least five clips in your application.
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