USA Today has a news reporter opening.
Applicants should have "at least five years of national or major metro reporting experience," the ad states. "Interested college graduates should have demonstrated ability to break major stories, produce compelling enterprise and write tightly constructed stories for online and print. Experience writing effective government watchdog stories, producing articles with impact, working with databases and using alternative storytelling techniques, such as video or Web-based graphics, is a plus."
Send cover letter, resume and five best clips to Standards & Recruitment Editor Brent Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.Washington, DC5301001
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