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There is no single type of person whom we hire at the FT. Our strength is in our employees, from all different backgrounds and walks of life, united by a passion for delivering compelling, smart journalism fuelled by cutting edge technology.

From the initiatives we support to the audiences we engage with, everything we do at the FT is underpinned by our company values and our commitment to the following principles: 

  • We are ambitious, we aim to lead and not follow.
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  • We show integrity, we are truthful, accurate, ethical and unbiased.
  • We are trustworthy and always deliver on our commitments.
  • We are inclusive, valuing different perspectives and experiences, in working environments where individuals are able to express themselves freely.
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