Posted on:August 21, 2014
Writer. Engadget. We are looking for a writer who can write about consumer electronics technology in a way that makes it knowable to a mainstream audience, but doesn't turn off our hardcore geeks. This is a beginner/midlevel position, based in New York, and could be a great job for someone just a couple of years out of college. The team at Engadget has really turned over the writing and editing at Engadget in recent months so if you love tech and its intersection with society and consumers, this could be a great job for you.
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