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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: SHAPE, WebMD, CalMatters

Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: SHAPE, WebMD, CalMatters

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Locations: New York, NY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Health ReporterCalMatters
Locations: Sacramento, CA
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Health EditorWebMD Magazine
Locations: Atlanta, GA
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Reporter, Cannabis Wire
Locations: Remote
Status: Freelance 
Job Type: Online
Email editors@cannabiswire.com to apply 
 
Senior Editor, The Healthy
Locations: New York, NY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Chicago, IL
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Contributing Food and Fitness Writer/Editor, Health.com (via mediabistro.com)
Locations: New York, NY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Digital Assistant Editor, Health.com and Shape.com (via mediabistro.com)
Locations: New York, NY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: San Francisco, CA
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Medical Producer, CBS This Morning
Locations: New York, NY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online/Broadcast
 
Health Writer, United Press International 
Locations: Boca Raton, FL
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Business/Healthcare Reporter, The Wyoming Tribune Eagle 
Locations: Cheyenna, WY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online/Print
 
Locations: New York, NY
Status: Full-time 
Job Type: Online
 
Locations: Remote
Status: Part-time/Freelance 
Job Type: Digital
  
Location: Boston, MA
Status: Full-time
Job Type: Broadcast

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