Reynolds Center: The many paths for finding a job in business journalism


As if being at the center of the biggest story in recent years isn’t enough, business journalists also tend to earn more than the average reporter. The hours may not always be better, but the jobs are there. And there are lots of ways to get them.
Wall Street Journal reporter Simon Constable, host of the Journal’s afternoon News Hub, got his start in business journalism with an internship. After years of working in the business sector, Constable attended New York University and earned a master’s degree in business and economics reporting. He then signed up for an internship with TheStreet.com, which quickly led to a full-time job.

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