The Wall Street Journal, Reporter (London)
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter with an interest in economics and finance to join the U.K. team that covers Britain's economic, political and general news.
The reporter will be responsible for running the premium, real-time delivery system for European economic data.
The role involves organizing coverage of core economic data across Europe - working with other bureaus in the region - as well as helping cover the regular important releases from the U.K.
We are looking for a reporter who has experience covering economics and finance and is able to file quickly and accurately. This position also offers opportunities to pitch and write broader stories focusing on the U.K. and Europe.
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