The Economist is seeking to rent a workers author to cowl British economics. Journalistic expertise shouldn’t be essential: the previous few folks to do that job had not been journalists earlier than they arrived on the paper. The power to jot down clearly and entertainingly is, nonetheless, essential. So is the flexibility to identify intriguing patterns in information.
We check for this stuff principally by asking for a pattern article, which candidates ought to ship, with a CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write as much as 700 phrases. Your article might be on some facet of British macro- or microeconomics, or on political economic system. 4 current examples comply with.
The job relies in London, however the profitable candidate needn’t be British. The deadline is August 4th.
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