Chip Cutter

Reporter, The Wall Street Journal

Chip Cutter is a reporter covering workplace and employment issues at The Wall Street Journal in New York. His stories explore how work is changing today, from the rise of automated, one-call job interviews to the emergence of thousands of gunshot detectors quietly installed in the walls and ceilings of America’s offices. He regularly writes about the challenges in reskilling employees, and broke the news last year of Amazon’s plan to spend $700 million to retrain a third of its U.S. workforce. He joined the Journal from LinkedIn, where he was a managing editor, helping oversee the original news and commentary on the site. While at LinkedIn, he won a Society of American Business Editors and Writers award for his reporting on national labor issues. He began his career as a business reporter at The Associated Press.