Larry Wheeler writes:
I’m the managing editor at Health Affairs, a monthly peer-reviewed journal about health policy. We publish a lot of statistical graphics submitted with manuscripts from academic, industry, and government researchers. We have a job opening for a new position we’re calling “data graphics editor.” I’ve been having trouble attracting the right kind of candidate. In my search, I may have been leaning too heavily toward graphic design skill sets when perhaps I should be looking in your world of statistical graphics skills. My search led me to your door. Would you have any advice for me on where I might go to get this job posting in front of the right audience of students, grads, or practitioners?
Here are some of their recent graphs:
You can do better, right? Right? So apply for the job—Health Affairs can use you!
This is great. There should be more of this sort of job.