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We're looking for two interns!

Ever wonder if a podcast could go to space? Or ask why a $60,000 bag is always out of stock? Or want to learn the secrets of snack vendors at a baseball game?

Do you wonder how to predict the next recession? Do you want to find connections between a huge IPO and a Greek new age keyboardist? Are you the kind of person who finds delight in a report from the Federal Reserve?

We are looking for TWO paid interns this fall: One to work on Planet Money, and one to work on The Indicator from Planet Money. Apply for either position by Sunday, July 15th.

Note: These are paid, 40-hour-a-week internships in New York, NY. And the positions are only open to current students OR those who graduated after September 10th, 2017. For more details: NPR Jobs.

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Nick Fountain produces and reports for Planet Money. Since he joined the team in 2015, he's reported stories on pears, black pepper, ice cream, chicken, and hot dogs (twice). Come to think of it, he reports on food a whole lot. But he's also driven the world's longest yard sale, uncovered the secretive group that controls international mail, and told the story of a crazy patent scheme that involved an acting Attorney General.