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About The Indian Economist

The Indian Economist is a leading digital magazine that focuses on publishing high quality articles and opinion pieces on business & economics, policy, politics, culture, foreign affairs and more. With a broad range of authors representing several industries and geographies, The Indian Economist aims to present to the reader a unique perspective on issues they care about. Moreover, we try to publish content on issues that are not heard of, and present an entirely new dimension to readers. Our motto is ‘For the Curious Mind’ as we develop The Indian Economist into a forum where curious minds meet and discuss a diverse range of subject areas that affect business, politics and society in general.

Why work with us

As an organisation, The Indian Economist has built a reputation among employers and institutions as a selective employer that recruits the top talent. Alumni of The Indian Economist’s Leadership Program and Associate Program are studying at Ivy League universities, global B-schools or management consulting firms such as McKinsey, the Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, PWC and EY. Working at The Indian Economist can bolster your profile while providing you with valuable opportunities to learn and develop diverse skill set.

  • Learning – Job profiles at The Indian Economist are not narrow and rigidly defined. They are broad and flexible, giving Associates an opportunity to gain experience across the business value chain and functions. The collaborative team environment and fast-paced work-streams combine to give a valuable learning experience that stays with you long after you have left the organisation

  • Mentorship – The senior team members at The Indian Economist are always willing and available to mentor Associates and help them develop their skills and profile. The Indian Economist believes in helping the Associates succeed in their endeavors beyond the organisation as well, by providing advice, helping with skills and training and providing access to useful business and social networks

  • Leadership – The Indian Economist provides unique opportunities to gain leadership experience in your area of specialisation. Leading a team of between 3 to 30 individuals will enable you to grow as a leader and get a steep learning curve early on in your career.

  • Network – The Indian Economist network is extensive. We currently host more than 400 columnists from across the world. More than 1,000 individuals have worked with us as Associates over the past 4 years. You will get to work with 100+ Associates in the current team – spread all over India. The Indian Economist gives you unique opportunities to grow your network and make friends from all over the country.

  • Work environment – As a startup that operates digitally, The Indian Economist believes in providing flexibility to you to enable you to balance your academic and professional commitments with the work you do at The Indian Economist. You will find the environment here young, friendly and merit driven. We believe firmly in Facebook’s original motto – ‘Move fast and break things’. Mistakes are welcome here at The Indian Economist. We err, learn and grow.

 

How to apply

Send in three writing samples and your CV to joinus@theindianeconomist.com. Please mention that you are applying for the Editorial position.

Certificates & Recommendations

The Indian Economist provides a Certificate of Experience to all individuals that have completed 6 months in the organisation.

The Indian Economist also provides detailed recommendations to all high performing individuals that have completed 6 months in the organisation. TIE recommendations have assisted our alumni get admission to places such as the Columbia School of Journalism, IE Business School Spain, Warwick University and the Indian School of Business.

About the Role

The exclusive Writing Program at The Indian Economist brings together a group of sharp minds to write crisp 500 word articles that help our readers understand (a) Big stories – how do these affect the reader? (b) Bigger picture & trends behind smaller stories – noticed a small event happening, but connecting the dots and giving the reader the bigger picture behind these

 

The Writing Program begins at the Analyst position (check the Career Progression tab below) and climbs to the position of Senior Editor. Analysts work with Editorial Associates to pick major topics to write about. On average, members of the writing program are expected to contribute 3 stories a week (500 words).

 

The turnaround time for stories can be short, in conjunction with the news cycle. The program therefore needs sharp writers that can add value to readers with well research and analysed stories in a tight time frame (Deadlines can vary between 6 to 48 hours depending on the type of story)

 

More questions? Mail them in to joinus@theindianeconomist.com

 

Career Progression

The Writing Program promotion cycle is triggered at the completion of 40 published articles.

Levels

Analyst Program

Associate Program

Leadership Program

Writing Program

1

Analyst

Associate

2

Senior Associate I

3

Senior Associate II

4

Senior Associate III

Junior Team Lead

Analyst

5

Expert

Team Lead

Senior Analyst

6

Senior Expert

Senior Team Lead

Associate

7

Principal

Divisional Head

Editor

8

Vice President

Senior Editor

9

Advisory Board

 

Transfer Program

All members at The Indian Economist can apply for transfers to other teams in the organisation, enabling them to get experience across the spectrum of activities the organisation is engaged in.

 

Eligibility

The Indian Economist does not prescribe any eligibility criteria to apply for any roles at The Indian Economist. We believe everyone should be free to apply to The Indian Economist if they are interested. All positions at The Indian Economist are part-time, and allow a great degree of flexibility

 

Location

All positions at The Indian Economist are virtual and work from home. The Indian Economist hosts associates and writers from all over the world. Regardless of your location, you can feel free to apply to and work with The Indian Economist.

 

Pay

All positions at The Indian Economist are unpaid. All members of our team, including the Founders, work without remuneration at this point.

 

Application Deadline

15th December

 

Alumni Speak

You can read anonymous reviews on The Indian Economist’s Glassdoor Profile

“The Indian Economist has been an enriching professional experience, fostering an environment for diverse, innovative ideas. It has been an enterprising headstart, providing opportunities and challenges beyond my current role. Personally, the mentorship at TIE has been a source of constant support and encouragement, enabling me to explore my future academic options too.”

–  A.R.Rakshitha, Senior Associate – now studying at the Columbia School of Journalism, New York

“The experience gave me valuable insights that I refer to during my classes at B-school every now and then. Additionally, my involvement with The Indian Economist has always engaged the panelists and helped me clear all interviews from ISB, IIM to BCG.”

– Divyanshi Bhansali, Core Operations Manager – admitted to ISB & IIM-Lucknow – placed at the Boston Consulting Group

TIE has played a huge role in all my applications and interviews. I learnt a lot there. Thank you for all the support and help.

 

– Tanvi Kaul, Operations Manager – now studying at IE Business School, Spain

 

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