Employment Opportunities

Kiplinger is Hiring!

ECONOMICS JOURNALIST

Looking for a challenging, rewarding journalism job that gives you a chance to do more than report what other people say?

Kiplinger Editors seeks an experienced, talented reporter to cover the financial services industry and other aspects of U.S. business and the economy for the country’s largest weekly business newsletter and Web site.

We’re looking for a clear thinker, with an ability to see past the news to what comes next; the insight and knowledge to grasp what the news means; and the writing skills to convey that clearly and concisely. Someone with a thorough understanding of U.S. economic issues, established sources and the willingness and ability to anticipate macroeconomic developments and assess their likely impact on businesses. Salary commensurate. Generous benefits and flexible, family-friendly work environment. Send cover letter, resume, writing samples and salary requirement to:

Human Resources Department
Kiplinger Washington Editors
1100 13th Street, NW - Suite 750
Washington, DC 20005
letters@kiplinger.com
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PERSONAL-FINANCE DIGITAL JOURNALIST

The Kiplinger Washington Editors, one of America’s most respected business and personal-finance publishers, seek an experienced personal-finance digital journalist for Kiplinger.com. The ideal candidate will have at least 3-5 years of experience in digital media, with fluency in core personal-finance issues such as saving, retirement planning, taxes and investing. Just as important, our new journalist will display a passion for helping readers to save money in every aspect of their lives, with the ability to craft valuable, engaging content every day for our growing, award-winning website. Candidates should demonstrate a mastery of digital storytelling platforms, including infographics, videos, tools and more.

Duties will include:

  • Reporting, writing and producing 3-5 Kip Tips columns each week for Kiplinger.com
  • Researching, writing, producing and maintaining longer-form online content such as slide shows and quizzes
  • Using social media to engage with readers and sources and promote Kiplinger.com content
  • Conducting media interviews in support of Kiplinger.com content
  • Reporting and writing articles for Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine

Applicants should have a B.A. in Journalism or related field and at least 3-5 years of experience covering personal-finance issues. Must be able to work well as part of a team under deadline pressure. Familiarity with digital content management systems is a big plus.

KWE offers excellent benefits, including a 401(k) with employer contribution, health and dental coverage.

Qualified applicants should e-mail or fax cover letter, résumé and writing sample to:

Human Resources Department
Kiplinger Washington Editors
1100 13th Street, NW – Suite 750
Washington, DC 20005

hr@kiplinger.com

Equal Opportunity Employer




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