Business Insider is hiring a full-time personal finance reporter for its Your Money section

Business insider new officeDaniel GoodmanJoin our team.

Do you love talking — and writing — about money?

Are you excited to explore the psychology of wealth, the challenges of saving, and the way successful people look at money?

Are you fascinated by people who pay off crushing debt and budget their money to retire early?

Business Insider is hiring a full-time reporter for its Your Money vertical, one of the fastest-growing sections of the world’s No. 1 digital business publication.

Candidates should be comfortable writing quick, aggregated stories that highlight the most interesting angles of the day’s news, while simultaneously working on reported medium-length and long-form features.

Ideal candidates will have:

  • Insatiable curiosity
  • A strong voice and the ability to write with authority
  • Interest in digital media and how readers consume news on the web
  • Previous writing experience, preferably business
  • At least a Bachelor’s degree
  • Journalism degree and/or background preferred
  • Copy-editing skills, light HTML and Photoshop experience, and knowledge of social media are also useful

APPLY HERE with a resume and cover letter if interested, and specify why you’re interested in working on Your Money.

Please note that this position requires that you work in our Manhattan office. Business Insider offers competitive compensation packages complete with benefits.

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