Posts Tagged ‘sports writing jobs’
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, folks! How’s the weather where you’re at right now? It’s been scorching hot in my neck of the woods, and I’d give an arm and a leg for a bit of rain. I hope that you’re all doing well, and that you’ll get some good job leads today.
USA Today is looking for a sports writer who can be based anywhere. They prefer someone in McLean, VA, though. Make sure you’ve got the talent for writing grabby headlines before you apply.
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.
If you have experience writing about B2B enterprise IT, and you don’t mind being a ghost blogger, this telecommute opening is perfect. The pay is rather impressive, so go for it now!