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Culture 3.8
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Management 3.5
Job Security/Advancement 3.4

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The People Behind The Post

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The People Behind The Post: Emily

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$42,368 per year
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$87,000
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About The Washington Post

The Washington Post was named the #1 Most Innovative Media Company of 2015 by Fast Company – an award reflective of our dedication to transformation, integrity and quality- and we remain on the list today. We are combining our agile, high-performance engineering team with 138 years of world-class journalism to deliver quality content and innovative – more... 

  • The Washington Post photo: Our Engineering team hard at work during their Breakathon event!
  • The Washington Post photo: New Employee Orientation!
  • The Washington Post photo: Jeff Bezos strikes a triangle, which summons editors for the afternoon planning meeting.
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