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Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: Outpatient Surgery Magazine Seeking Editors

Health Media Jobs and Opportunities: Outpatient Surgery Magazine Seeking Editors

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Featured Opportunity

Medical trade magazine seeks editorial talent, Outpatient Surgery Magazine (via

About: “They’re looking for a talented newspaper reporter or magazine editor to join their staff at their offices in suburban Philadelphia.They offer growth opportunity, competitive salary and great benefits to the right candidate.”
Location: Malvern, Pennsylvania
Status: Full-time
Medium: Print/Online

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Greetings from Ottawa, Ontario. As a qualified Canadian, but with no U.S. work visa, am I able to apply for any of your posted jobs?

Isobel in Ottawa, Ontario Canada

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Hi, Isobel, that depends on the employer posting the jobs - you'd have to connect with them directly. Best of luck!

Barbara Feder Ostrov
Deputy Editor,


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