Wall Street Reporter
 NPR’s Business Desk is seeking a reporter to cover Wall Street. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of covering markets, finance and banking. We are looking for an aggressive, well-sourced reporter who has the ability to cover breaking news, deliver scoops and also bring sharp insights about an industry that has such a profound impact on the world.

A strong candidate will have voice and personality, and employ creative storytelling to distill complex information into accessible stories with compelling characters. The person should have a keen awareness of the stock market’s influence on the retirement accounts of millions of people, and also the bond market’s role in setting the foundation for debt and homeownership and ultimately wealth creation in the country. The beat will pay special attention to racial and income inequality and Wall Street’s hand in distribution of wealth.
31 March 2021