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About Quartz: We’re a global business news organization, founded in 2012, with a mission to make business better. Quartz’s progressive outlook, global worldview, and creative approaches to journalism have attracted a loyal audience of more than 1 million email subscribers and many millions more readers of our website, QZ.com. About half of our readers and half our journalists live outside the US. Quartz has won most of the major awards in digital and business journalism over the past decade, and we are widely regarded as an innovator in the digital media industry.

About the job: Quartz seeks a reporter obsessed with the world of business to cover the biggest breaking stories of the day, while offering context and insight. You’ll need to demonstrate a dexterity in your approach to reporting, be fascinated with how businesses are changing, and show readers the impact of these changes on the global economy and the people within it.

We are looking for an early-career journalist with at least two years’ professional reporting experience, an entrepreneurial approach, data fluency, and the ability to convey curiosity, sophistication, and a clear point of view in their writing. You will relish the challenge of keeping up with fast-breaking developments, making quick judgments about which stories to cover, and meeting deadlines with aplomb.

At Quartz we take a global, interdisciplinary, forward-looking approach to covering the news. Experimenting with new ways to put news and data into context will be a central challenge of the job, and you can count on being tapped to help out the email team on a regular basis.

The job is being posted in London, where we already have several journalists but no physical office yet. We’ll consider applications from anywhere in the UK. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three links to relevant stories you’ve written and reported.

This position reports into the Deputy News Editor.

G/O Media is deeply committed to fostering a transparently inclusive workplace environment and people of color, women, people with disabilities, veterans, and LGBTQIA+ candidates are very strongly encouraged to apply. Our company-wide mission is to reach very diverse audiences and so, we are deeply committed to having teams and leaders that reflect this mission.

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