Investors Business Daily (Dow Jones) is looking for a Technology Writer & Reporter
Investor’s Business Daily, a Dow Jones company, is seeking a Technology Reporter/Writer to produce articles and related content for an audience of mostly self-directed investors. Our goal is to deliver news, stock analysis, market insights and educational content that help IBD customers make more money in the stock market. This position can be remote from select U.S. locations, although working at IBD’s Los Angeles headquarters also is an option.
The Technology Reporter/Writer will join a team of reporters covering breaking news and trends affecting the most important players in the technology business. You’ll have a core beat to cover, including high-profile companies, but you’ll also cover companies that are less known but leading the stock market. The ideal candidate will bring a strong understanding of important technologies, industry trends, business fundamentals and company earnings statements, along with excellent writing skills and the ability to quickly produce sharp and well-optimized daily stories while juggling longer-term assignments. The position offers the opportunity to further build investing expertise. You’ll be able to participate in the success of your content through various bonus incentives.
Editor’s Note: Pay range is HUGE between $50,000 (do not take this job at this rate) and $180,000.
TODAY is looking for a Parent’s Reporter
Want to work with one of America’s most beloved and trusted brands? The TODAY Digital team is looking for a proven, innovative reporter to join its high-performing Parents team. The role will be responsible for covering hot topics and trending news in the parenting realm while also focusing on continuing to diversity the team’s SEO efforts.The person in this role will divide their time between trending parenting news and SEO parenting stories. They should feel comfortable working closely with our SEO team to produce a high volume of targeted SEO stories on parenting topics, while being able to quickly jump on trending, daily stories — all while balancing long-term, high-impact projects. We’re looking for a confident, experienced reporter who is open to guidance and editing that will help you grow, as well as someone with an eye for storytelling and unique perspectives that will resonate with our audience. This person should be a self-starter with a positive attitude who is ready to join a supportive team of journalists that can tackle any topic!This position is represented by the NewsGuild-CWA.
Editor’s Note: Pay range is relatively low: $100,000 is listed as the max.
The Morning Brew is Looking for a Retail Reporter
Retail Brew keeps nearly 150,000 retail professionals up to date on the latest news and analysis from across the retail sector. From supply chain and logistics to the customer experience and all points in between, Retail Brew explores how the retail industry navigates the ongoing changes and challenges of the modern world. We’re looking for a reporter to ideate, research, and create journalism to help take this vertical to the next level.
- Pitch, report, and write stories and other associated content for the Retail Brew newsletter, which goes out every weekday.
- Generate ideas for and lead/co-lead creation of non-newsletter editorial initiatives, enterprise pieces, and evergreen content.
- Conduct research to support creation of key stories and inform longer-term projects.
NPR’s Marketplace (APM) is looking for a Social Media Producer
What you’ll do:
- Concept, write, produce, and execute platform-specific content across platforms.
- Manage relationships and work collaboratively with newsroom partners to help ensure social marketing campaigns meet our goals and are up to standard.
- Help Marketplace realize its full audience potential by helping create dynamic campaigns that drive to business goals.
- Generate new ideas for building account engagement and growth.
- Take on social projects from conception to execution.
- Work with the head of social to help set and track social audience goals.
- Use data to inform how we create social content and serve our audience
- Stay ahead of the curve on social marketing best practices.
- Develop and ensure consistent voice and branding across our social platforms.
- Help direct the work of the associate social producer.
Editor’s Note: APM says that the minimum hourly rate for this gig is around $40 per hour. Definitely negotiate for more.
USA Today is Looking for a Breaking News Editor
USA TODAY/usatoday.com, is seeking a digital-first Breaking News Editor who can deliver timely, topical and smart breaking news stories.
This Breaking News Editor will identify timely stories of interest to our audiences using news judgment, as well as the latest trends, metrics and social tools to find stories that will resonate. We want someone who can work calmly under tight deadlines and help reporters deliver scoops, dig up documents, be creative, think about storytelling on different platforms and deliver sharp headlines. Sometimes this person will pitch in and report and write when needed.
The position demands initiative, accuracy, urgency, flexibility and insight. This editor loves covering news in any format, including live blogs, listicles, quick enterprise stories and news alerts. They excel at SEO and put the audience first. This person will also work regularly with reporters and editors across the USA TODAY Network to identify national stories and publish them on USATODAY.com. They are a strong communicator who works well with other editors and reporters and plans ahead, thinking about what the big story will be next week, next month and next season.
Remote candidates in any state except Alaska & Hawaii are welcome.
Editor’s Note: Miniumum salary is $95,000.
Forbes is looking for a Markets & Investing Senior Reporter
Forbes seeks an enterprising senior writer to cover the world of finance and Wall Street, including private equity, hedge funds and banking.
Editor’s Note: Estimated salary is between $115,000 and $175,000
Forbes is also seeking a Sleep & Mattress Editor
Working in conjunction with the category’s other mattress & sleep editor, this role will be responsible for overseeing all Forbes Vetted mattress & sleep content, which includes “best list” product guides, retailer news, tested product reviews, “versus” product-comparison posts, how-tos and product odes. The ideal candidate is a subject matter expert with direct prior experience writing and editing mattress reviews, who can discuss the topic from a health and wellness perspective. You’ll work closely with the content strategy team to optimize evergreen mattress guides, the deals editor to assign, write, and edit mattress deals, the distribution team to assist with sleep-focused social media and newsletter content and the reviews editor to produce hands-on tested product reviews of mattresses and other sleep products. The mattress & sleep editor reports to the Forbes Vetted deputy editor.
Editor’s Note: Salary is kinda meh and $80,000 to $95,000
Apartment Therapy is Looking for a Producer
Apartment Therapy Media (ATM) is seeking a Part-time Freelance Producer to join its team. The Freelance Producer will be responsible for producing content in the content management system, tracking and managing digital assets, and ensuring the overall content creation process runs smoothly and effectively across Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, and Cubby. The ideal candidate will have a discerning eye for detail and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines. This position can be remote or based in our headquarters in SoHo, NYC.
Editor’s Note: Pay is VERY low at $20 to $25 per hour
The Food Institute is seeking a Writer/Reporter
- Work under tight deadlines to report on trending topics within the food industry.
- Work closely with editorial staff to write and produce daily and weekly newsletters.
- Assist with company’s social media and multimedia efforts as needed.
- Develop industry contacts.
Editor’s Note: No info on salary included.
Travel & Leisure is still seeking a Commerce Travel Writer
Travel + Leisure is looking for a full-time writer to cover timely, travel-related shopping content, including sale roundups, celebrity-approved items, single product reviews, and customer-loved pieces. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who is passionate about travel and commerce-focused stories and who can create quality content and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Only applications that include cover letters will be considered. Candidates with significant e-commerce writing experience are especially encouraged to apply.
Editor’s Note: This job has been up for awhile and recently got relisted on LinkedIn, likely because they didn’t have enough candidates, or didn’t find the right one. Pay is not good: $45,000 to $65,000.