|Date Posted||October 12, 2020|
Patch needs journalists who love to set the local news agenda. Our readers deserve passionate, dogged journalists with an eye for a good story. If you have an enterprising spirit, if you don't need a city editor to assign stories to you, Patch may be just right for you. Patch is expanding its Editorial team to bring more local coverage to New Jersey. We're looking for journalists to cover local communities in Ocean and Morris counties.
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