Come and work for MT

We're hiring - and we're hoping our lovely readers might know someone who fits the bill.

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

These are uncertain times, but here at MT we're pretty sure of one thing: you lot are much cleverer than us, which is why you're out there working at the sharp end of UK plc, and we're here in Hammersmith writing about it.

That's why we'd like to ask for your help. Things are pretty busy over at MT Towers at the moment, so we're looking to hire another writer to come and work on our editorial team (thus doing our little bit to boost the labour market). We want someone who can help us make sense of a period that is rapidly becoming the most significant financial upheaval in many of our lifetimes - and then write about it for the benefit of the UK's top business leaders and managers, both in our award-winning magazine and on our rapidly-growing website.

We like to think we're pretty fussy. So we decided that the best way of finding the right person was to ask several thousand of our closest friends - i.e. you lot. We figure that our readers not only have impeccable taste (by definition) but are also likely to be impeccably connected, thus allowing us to spread our net as widely as possible.

So if you know someone with at least two years' writing experience, who has a real interest in all things business, finance and people-related, and wants to work at the UK's biggest-selling monthly business title, get in touch and let us know at

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