Friday, March 20, 2009

Business writer @ Motley Fool

The Motley Fool, a popular news website about stocks, investing, and personal finance, seeks a writer. The full-time freelance position can be done anywhere, but the writer must reside within the U.S.

"Our Writer/Analysts are responsible for the research and writing of substantial elements of both online and offline Fool content with a particular focus on stock/company analysis," the ad states. "The writer will balance factual analysis with the Foolish mission of education, amusement, and enrichment. Relevant content includes, but is not limited to regular features/columns on Fool.com, online and offline investing newsletters, books, and special features and projects as needed."

Apply online.


Location: Anywhere, Telecommute, United States

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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Reporter @ Money magazine

Money, a 2 million-circulation monthly magazine that covers personal finance topics, seeks a general assignment reporter.

You'll be based in New York and expected to report in print, online and on air. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and at least one-to-two years of business journalism experience.

"The successful candidate will assist editors in front-end research and reporting, finding and developing stories, fact-checking and writing," the ad states. "Outstanding research skills, a broad range of interests and the ability to call upon independent, original thinking for a variety of categories are required. We seek employees who are detail-oriented, highly resourceful and willing to learn, and who have a demonstrated ability to handle high-volume work under tight deadlines."

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Monday, January 5, 2009

Finance reporters @ TheStreet.com

MainStreet.com, the personal finance site of TheStreet.com, is seeking full-time staff writers with 2+ years of experience covering personal finance topics. The position is based in New York City.

"MainStreet.com is where life and money intersect on the Web, so we require writers who can provide personal finance advice in the context of life stages and situations with a flair that will appeal to our audience of sophisticated, well-educated readers," the ad states. "We are a multimedia team, so our staff not only writes the stories but stars in the related videos as well."

E-mail resume and clips (focused on personal finance) to resumes@thestreet.com with "Staff Writer" in the subject line.

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