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ProPublica Is Hiring a Business Development Intern

ProPublica is looking for a creative, entrepreneurial intern to join our growing business team.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Data Machinist/ETL Expert (Contract)

ProPublica is seeking a data expert and programmer to implement an Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) workflow that will help us maintain some of our most important online databases and to build an infrastructure to make maintaining our work easier forever.

ProPublica Is Hiring News Apps Developers (One Contract, One Permanent)

ProPublica is seeking one contract and one permanent software developer/journalist to join its award-winning news applications team.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Data Science Adviser

ProPublica is seeking an experienced statistician or data scientist to advise us on our complex data-journalism projects.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Data Fellow

ProPublica is seeking a data fellow to help create in-depth, data-driven investigations.

ProPublica Is Hiring News Apps Developers for Politics (Contract)

ProPublica is seeking journalist-developers to work on unifying and enhancing our interactive databases (we call them “news applications”) that cover politics and the Congress. These are contract positions that begin immediately and run until the end of 2017.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Data Editor

ProPublica is looking for a data editor with the vision and skills to guide, edit and elevate top-notch, data-based projects that spur change.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Senior Research Fellow

You’ll team up with reporters and editors to do the kind of deep digging required to put out rigorous, powerful investigations.

ProPublica is Hiring a Freelance Producer/Copy Editor

ProPublica is looking for a sharp-eyed, detail-oriented web producer with copy editing experience to supplement our New York newsroom on a temporary freelance basis.

For-Profit School Chain Camelot Suffers Setback Following Abuse Allegations

After our reporting on alleged physical abuse of students at alternative schools run by Camelot Education, a Georgia school district delayed awarding a $6.4 million contract to the company.

ProPublica, New York Daily News Win Pulitzer Gold Medal

The news organizations won journalism’s highest honor for their joint investigation on abuses in NYPD enforcement of the city’s nuisance abatement law.

Hate Crime Law Results in Few Convictions and Lots of Disappointment

In Texas, the tiny number of successful prosecutions leave both victims and lawmakers questioning state's commitment to punishing hate.

The Car Insurance Industry Attacks Our Story. Here’s Our Response.

An industry representative disputed our findings that many disparities in auto insurance prices between minority and white neighborhoods are wider than differences in risk can explain. His analysis is flawed.

How We Examined Racial Discrimination in Auto Insurance Prices

Read our methodology.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Development Manager

ProPublica is seeking an experienced, self-motivated and well-organized professional to join the New York headquarters as the development manager.

Camelot Under Siege

Camelot Education, a for-profit manager of alternative schools, is facing challenges nationwide after our report on alleged physical abuse of students by staffers.

Corning’s Glass Brimming With Taxpayer Subsidies

Hoping to revive upstate New York’s sluggish economy, Governor Andrew Cuomo has poured billions into subsidies for Corning and other businesses. But the resulting job growth has been modest.

Firms Cited for Safety Violations Still Reap State Subsidies

New York hands out tax breaks and other benefits to companies that have run afoul of federal regulators.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Web Producer for ProPublica Illinois

ProPublica is looking for a sharp-eyed, detail-oriented web producer to join our new Chicago-based newsroom covering Illinois.

Reporter Pamela Colloff to Write Jointly for ProPublica and The New York Times Magazine

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