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Who needs more jobs as we start a new month? Here are the week’s job board highlights, which I hope can help you find more jobs to work on.
Have a good weekend!
Sovereign Media, a D.C.-area publishing company is looking for warfare gaming bloggers. Applicants should be versatile writers who can write consistent weekly articles pertaining to the historic and military aspect of console gaming.
Last Friday of the month! How’d March go for you?
Anyhow, here are the job board highlights. Good luck!
Wearable Tech are looking for more bloggers to join their team at wearable.co.uk. Writers must be able to write high quality articles and have a knowledge of tech. There will be a mixture of generic posts and reviews.
Aren’t you glad the month is over (well, almost)? That means we can have a brand new start once again tomorrow!
Have a great weekend, everyone, and here are the job board highlights this week.
Network of dedicated industry-focused sites are seeking contributors to write articulate content / posts about the pertaining industry and applicable agency clients. The parameters for the content are described further upon resume submission.
Belated Happy 4th of July to our US friends! How did you celebrate your Independence Day? What are you most thankful for that you can do freely?
Here’s one thing to be thankful for: the freedom to work for yourself as a writer/blogger. Here are the job board highlights from this week.
Sports writer looking for freelance work? If you can reliably cover NCAA sports, then this “anywhere gig” might be the break you’re looking for!
Good morning, everyone! We apologize if you’ve been experiencing some issues with the Job Board. The tech team is on it, and we’re hoping things will be back to normal ASAP.
Here are the highlights from this week’s ads. Good luck!
Are you a passionate copywriter who can get your emotions across with your words? If you can speak in truth and love, aiming to influence people positively, GetStoried wants you!
Did you guys miss us last week? We just took the long weekend off, but we’re back on track. Here’s to a good weekend ahead, short as it is.
Good luck with the jobs!
Write Recruit, a top marketing agency is looking for work from home writers who can work either part-time or full-time. You can decide how many articles you want to write each month, and you get paid anywhere from $9 to $12 per piece.
It’s been a long week for me, and I am looking forward to putting my feet up this weekend. How was this week for you?
If you’re still on the hunt for gigs to add to your schedule, take a closer look at the highlights from this week’s Job Board. Best of luck!
The World Land Trust-US was established in 1988 to save rainforests and other threatened tropical habitats that are critical for saving the most endangered species. They are in need of a writer who holds the same beliefs as they do and based in Warrenton, VA. This is a great job for a cause, which can help you make a living as well.
We’re facing another new month. What are you looking forward to the most?
I hope you’re doing well in terms of gigs. Here are more opportunities that might interest you.
For writers who are based in Broward County, or near the area, this opportunity requires up to 25 hours per week. You have to be able to visit local businesses and review them. Send at least 3 writing samples to be considered.
Hi, everyone! It’s that time of the week again, so here are the highlights from the Job Board. I hope you find a gig that suits you.
Have an awesome weekend ahead!
Do you have the time to churn out at least two blog posts a week about wellness? Add one press release to that, and you can go ahead and apply for this work at home position. It pays pretty well!
How’s it going? I don’t know about you, but I am welcoming this particular weekend with arms wide open! Before that, though, here are the highlights from this week’s Job Board.
If you’re have experience in writing test items in reading and science, this telecommute job is perfect for you. For science test item writers, make sure you mention the particular branch of science that you have experience with. Read More