Xconomy is Growing; You Could Be Part of It

In the two and a half years that we’ve been live, Xconomy has been lucky to have some of the world’s best innovation journalists covering some of the nation’s most fascinating innovation hubs. But we’re well aware that there’s important tech and life sciences news happening beyond the borders of Boston, Seattle, and San Diego, and we’re itching to find some more of the world’s best tech journalists to help us tell those stories too.

That’s why we’re seeking enthusiastic, creative, versatile, knowledgeable journalists with top-notch writing skills to join us on a full-time or part-time basis covering the infotech, life sciences, and energy, and investment scenes in key hubs around the U.S. The ideal candidates will be resourceful researchers, fearless interviewers, and swift writers with blogging and business news experience and the chops to produce breaking news stories and longer features and profiles on a daily schedule. A great team attitude and the ability to work independently (but in close coordination with the team) are key, a sense of humor is nonnegotiable, and a facility for Web publishing tools would make us positively giddy.

If this sounds like you, write us at jobs@xconomy.com. Tell us about yourself and—this is an important part—tell us why your city is a crucial innovation hub that we ought to be covering. A resume and clips are always nice too.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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