Jobs at Inverse


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  • Associate Entertainment EditorNew York, NY
    Inverse has an immediate opening for an Associate Entertainment Editor to help manage its prolific entertainment section that enthusiastically covers TV, movies, and video games. The ideal candidate has a talent for sculpting stories from writers’ drafts, clear ideas from notions put forth in meetings, and can foster creativity among writers reporting into them. An obsession with creating guides that answer questions fans have about their favorite properties, and a passion for deep dives on TV and video games is a plus.
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  • Mind & Body EditorNew York, NY
    Inverse is seeking an Editor to edit its growing Mind & Body coverage. For the past year, we’ve been increasing our reporting on the latest in nutrition, psychology, drugs, sleep, sex, exercise, and mental health and seen how well this coverage resonates with our audience. We’re ready for an editor to lead several writers to entertain and inform our audience of millennial-aged, truth-seeking readers.
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  • News WriterRemote
    Inverse is looking for part-time news writers with an interest in one or more of the following: artificial intelligence, renewable energy, aerospace, the future of transportation, cities, money, and society.
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  • TV WriterRemote
    Inverse is seeking part-time writers for its entertainment section to explore the fictional worlds that make up our favorite TV series. If you’ve found joy in describing the themes or meaning in Game of Thrones and Stranger Things, or realized you have a talent for drawing new connections in your writing, you may be a great fit for the position that requires a thoughtful approach to writing about television.
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  • Science EditorNew York, NY
    Inverse has an immediate opening for an experienced Science Editor to lead a team of talented journalists in their mission to tell stories that shape how Inverse’s millennial audience thinks about their life, their bodies, their environment, and the universe.
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