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Description: As a
News Analyst you'll be at the cutting edge of the modern information
world. Each morning, the nation's top executives in the government
and corporate sectors start their day with a news analysis briefing
provided that you'll contribute to and write.
Requirements: The successful
candidate must have excellent analytical
skills, writing and editing ability, and experience in either
government or corporate headquarters. The ability to work very early
morning hours is a must. If you love news, thrive
under deadlines, and want to have a direct impact on important
decision makers this is the position for you.
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