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6 days ago

Senior Data Scientist

The Washington Post Washington, DC

The Washington Post is looking for passionate data scientists to join our Big Data Analytics team. The Washington Post has huge volumes of activity… The Washington Post

6 days ago

Ad Innovations Manager - Designer

The Washington Post Washington, DC

include: • Identify and develop new ad products and solutions that meet client and market needs and position… The Washington Post

26 days ago

Senior Organizational Development Consultant

The Washington Post Washington, DC

• Lead various projects related to the maintenance and evolution of the OD teams long-term strategic plan • Serve as project manager, needs… The Washington Post

6 days ago

Truck Driver (Part-Time On Call)

The Washington Post Springfield, VA

include: • Loading trucks and delivering bundles of newspapers throughout the metropolitan area (3-5 stops) generally within a 50-mile radius of… The Washington Post

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    I have been working at The Washington Post


    The union has done a good job of ensuring good benefits for all at the Post. The benefits, including a pension plan, are the #1 reason to work here.
    Since the newspaper business is changing so quickly, it's best to be interested in that. I'd make that the #2 reason to work here: love of journalism.
    And, #3: since journalism/the media business is different every day, most jobs here get that variety, too. Nothing is constant.


    Again, nothing is constant - or reliable.
    We are always on deadline, and working late happens for almost everyone at some point.
    We are a large company - Washington Post Media - within a larger corporation - The Washington Post company - and information doesn't always move fast enough within these walls.
    Recently there were many cutbacks, which produced a drain on morale.

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