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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: WebMD, Consumer Reports and Philadelphia Magazine are hiring

Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: WebMD, Consumer Reports and Philadelphia Magazine are hiring

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Keep up with the latest discussions on topics relevant to health journalists, follow Career GPS posts and job listings via RSS. To submit a job listing, send me an email at anna.l.romano@gmail.com.  

Job Listings

Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Location: Yonkers, NY
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Location: Chicago, IL
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Location: Santa Clara Valley, CA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Assistant Editor, The Nation’s Health
Location: Washington, D.C.
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Health Care Reporter, The San Francisco Business Times,
Location: San Francisco, CA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Health Reporter, The Lund Report
Location: Portland, OR
Status: Full-time and Part-time
Job Type: Online
 
Location: Multiple Locations
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Health Writer, The South Florida Sun Sentinel
Location: Deerfield Beach, FL
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Location: Boston, MA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Broadcast
 
Health Reporter, The Quad-City Times
Location: Davenport, IA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Online
 
Winter Reporting Internship - Science and Health Care, The Wall Street Journal (via mediabistro.com)
Location: New York, NY
Status: Full-time, Temporary
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Awards
 
About: Each year, the National Press Foundation recognizes the best in American journalism across eleven award categories. These awards come with $48,000 in cash prizes.
Deadlines: Ongoing

Announcements

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