The Star Tribune has two openings on its business desk which caught my eye: the economy beat and a columnist position. “The great thing about these jobs is that they’re primo beats at a paper that takes business journalism seriously,” Duchesne Paul Drew, Managing Editor for Operations said explaining how he believes the positions will […]
Ignites, a Financial Times publication, is looking for an experienced reporter to cover the retirement and insurance industries. This reporter will cover the key players and developments in the 401(k) and variable annuity markets. Ignites is looking for someone with some experience covering financial services, but editors say they will consider journalists with a demonstrated […]
The International Reporting Project, which encourages U.S. journalists to cover global stories of importance, will award fellowships for reporting on international religion and general international issues in the fall of 2012. Interested in applying? Here are the fellowships eligibility parameters. Open to U.S. journalists with five years of experience. U.S. citizens or work full time in […]
The most recent survey of U.S. business journalists shows a marginal increase in business journalists’ pay in the last six months to $56,591. Forty-two percent reported an increase in pay the past 2 years. That is up from 36 percent six months ago reporting an increase in pay. “Opportunities among journalists do seem to be […]
Every once in a while we come across a job that sounds just right … but for just the right person. Cars.com, which is based in Chicago, is looking for a news editor to join the editorial staff who also is able to write original stories and reviews about cars and is also adept at […]
Journalism programs at Colorado State University, Grambling State University, Texas Christian University and the University of South Carolina will be the first schools to receive visiting business journalism professors next spring under a $1.67 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.
The five-year program will ultimately create 11 visiting professorships at 11 different schools.
Fara Warner, a Reynolds Week fellow, is looking for an experienced business reporter to join her team of three full-time reporters and part-time news assistant at The Bulletin / BendBulletin.com in central Oregon. The Bulletin is a 34,000 circulation daily and the business desk produces a daily section and a weekly themed section “Green, Etc.” […]
Compliance Week, a weekly electronic newsletter and monthly print magazine that follows corporate governance issues, has an opening for a staff writer based in Boston. The staff writer will maintain a daily blog on securities regulation, write six to ten longer articles per month (mostly shorter form, none longer than 3,000 words), and update one […]
The Fiscal Times, a digital news, opinion and media service, is looking for an experienced freelance business/data reporter.
Candidates “should have strong analytical and reporting skills with a good instincts for trends in business,” according to Channel Manager Nick Bhardwaj. “We offer very competitive compensation on a per-piece basis.”