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Marius Meland & Magnus Hoglund
Current Reporter in New York, NY
Pros: Pay is good, weekends and all federal holidays off, holiday vacation, holiday party with open bar and bonuses. Office environment is chill, colleagues are smart and fun. Cool to work for a news organization that's actually growing. The most… – Full Review
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No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY – Reviewed Jan 17, 2014
Interview Details – You have to take two tests: critical-thinking, legal/reading aptitude and then reporting. They were not hard, but they were pretty lengthy and the process took about 2 weeks. The second test is interviewing a staff member and then writing a profile. After passing those, I was asked to come in for… – Full Interview
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