Condé Nast is one of the most respected names in the media, but they’re facing struggles like many others. With that said, they’re still doing some hiring.

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I know that despite the fact that I keep ripping on the traditional media – the old guard – I keep featuring their jobs here. I’m not being a hypocrite. I promise. I know that taking entry level jobs with companies that might not be around in 5 years isn’t the best decision, but if anyone can save the old media, it’s you. The new media has been created by the masses and has originated from young people with new ideas, which is just what these media behemoths need to survive. Of course these companies probably don’t realize how much they need you yet, but they do. Well, if you’re going to get a job in old media – like the magazine industry – you might as well go with the best. Condé Nast has a list of brands that is rivaled by few and includes Vogue, W,, Glamour, Allure, Self, Teen Vogue, GQ, Details,, Architectural Digest, Brides, Modern, Bride, Elegant Bride,, Lucky, Domino, Cookie, Golf Digest, Golf World, Vanity Fair, Gourmet, Bon Appétit,, Condé Nast Traveler,, Wired,, Condé Nast Portfolio,, WWD, FN, and The New Yorker. There’s still a lot of uncertainty in the industry, but those are still great names to be associated with.

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There’s not a lot more that I can say about Condé Nast. They’re one of the most respected names in the media, but they’re facing struggles just like everybody else in the industry. With that said, they’re still doing some hiring. Their Careers site provides a lot of information on what it’s like to work for them, and their Job Listings show 18 openings. Of those opening a few appear to be suitable for new college grads, although it’s hard to know for sure because Condé Nast’s job postings are so paltry. We can’t link to their job postings because of the Applicant Tracking System that they use, but you should look out for job titles that include Sales Assistant (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Detroit), Promotion Copywriter (New York), Promotion Coordinator (New York), Online Marketing Data Entry Temp (New York), and Executive Assistant (New York). You can apply for all of these jobs online from the job postings that you find using their search function.

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6 responses to “Condé Nast”

  1. Megan says:

    Conde Nast might not be the best place to find a job right now. My roommate works for them or did since she got laid off from her job a cookie, the Magazine across the hall( Domino)was just shut down. THere last issue was March. They are losing ad sales majorally and even the big mags like Vogue are doing horribly. My roommate still freelances sometimes and she says that people and mags are dropping like flies over there. Every day she hears of someone else losing their job. Which is unfortunate because everyone still loves magazines but I don’t think people do subscriptions as much as they used to. I know the first thing I cut back on was my magazine subscriptions. Hopefully Conde Nast can get through this but they aren’t doing very well right now.

    • Good call. Like I said in the post, it’s a risky place to work right now, but that could lead to some pretty big rewards if you play it right. It won’t be easy though.

  2. Lusia says:

    I think that entry level positions will be a lot easier to get at CN (especially for those who’ve interned prior to looking for a full-time position, as well as candidates with excellent web skills). I used to work there until recently and it looked to me as if they were aiming to get rid of the older, experienced people first—supposedly everyone’s replaceable. They seem more open to placing a younger skilled person somewhere else in the company than someone who’s middle-aged or has been there for a long time—they just show them the door. During this economy, though, it’s a tough thing to prove…. and they know it. It’s a perfect time for them to restructure and skim the salaries at the top while welcoming the young and eager. If they were so desperate, they wouldn’t continue to launch magazines like the one in England, and instead keep the people in our country working. Domino was doing well compared to several of the other titles, but they didn’t reward a job well done, they dumped a perfectly good and loved magazine for a few pet projects. So all of you eager-to-be-writers, editors and journalists, don’t worry too much. Brush up on your computer skills (including the intricacies of website building, coding, etc) and you’ll be a fine candidate. In the meantime, get some experience at brands that are hiring interns to work for nothing—the experience will be priceless.

  3. Lusia, that’s awesome advice! Thanks.

  4. sandy says:

    Thanks for the advice. I realized I already knew people at Conde Nast just by using linked in.

  5. Kelly Angelique says:

    Does Conde Nast offer job opportunities or internships for students?

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