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Full time Job_Req_15450
The Wall Street Journal is seeking experienced and aggressive reporters to be part of the political team that will cover the 2020 presidential election and beyond.
The job involves enterprise stories and breaking news that will provide the most distinctive coverage of what will be a huge story. We are looking for reporters who have a keen eye for deep reporting that is distinctive from the competition and a good nose for scoops.
The reporters would be part of the Washington bureau's political team, though there is flexibility on location within the U.S. Applications should include a resume, cover letter and up to five published clips.
Business Area: NEWS/WSJ PI
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