BBJ seeks research assistant to work on Book of Lists


The Budapest Business Journal is seeking a research assistant who can help compile the next edition of the Book of Lists this summer. Hungarian and English skills are required.

Published annually by the Budapest Business Journal, the Book of Lists is  a unique product that helps readers find their business partners in various sectors of the Hungarian economy.

The work involves researching for the lists. It starts in June or July and ends in August or September, depending on the availability of the right candidate.

Requirements for the job include: knowledge of Hungarian and English, the ability to work with a database, phone communication skills and a willingness to learn.

The salary will be commensurate with experience.

Those interested in the work are encouraged to write to:


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