Now Hiring: 6 Remote Writing Jobs With a Regular Paycheck

Updated August 11, 2016
by Susan Shain
Contributor

Writing and remote working go together like Channing Tatum and “Pony.”

And, although you can start your own freelance writing business, sometimes it’s nice to have a steady paycheck.

So here are six work-from-home writing jobs hiring right this second…

6 Remote Writing Jobs You Could Get Today

Sick of constantly pitching freelance articles? Snag one of these remote writing jobs.

1. Content Specialist at Aha!

As a content specialist for software startup Aha!, you’ll be part of a fast-growing company that’s “changing the way people think about developing new products.”

You’ll receive a “generous” salary, equity, benefits and profit sharing.

2. Staff Writer at Ballotpedia

The “Encyclopedia of American Politics” is headquartered in Wisconsin, but its staff writer position is remote.

Your salary will be between $30,000 and $39,674 per year, along with a $6,000 stipend you can spend on benefits or receive as part of your salary.

3. Content Creator at RawSpiceBar

Calling all foodies! RawSpiceBar is searching for a content creator to produce “creative food & product related content” for its website, blog and social media platforms.

You must have a bachelor’s degree and at least one year of marketing experience. It’s a part-time contract position with the potential to turn into a full-time role.

4. Celebrity Writer at The Cheat Sheet

Is TMZ your homepage? Then you might be the perfect fit for this celebrity writer job at The Cheat Sheet.

You’ll need a four-year degree or equivalent experience, plus a passion for celebrities and entertainment. The company offers “competitive” salaries, health insurance and 401(k) contributions.  

5. Content Writer at Toptal

Toptal is a platform connecting top freelance designers and developers with top businesses. And right now, it needs a content writer to help tell its story.

You’ll write “a mix of case studies, white papers and thought leadership pieces.” To be eligible, you must have experience writing about professional services and an understanding of the tech industry.

6. Copy Editor at Little Things

This part-time copy editor position for Little Things sounds like a lot of fun. I mean, one of the requirements is a “basic knowledge of lifestyle categories – animals, baby, DIY.”

You must have one year of copy-editing experience, and be available to work 10 hours per week: six hours on the weekend and four hours on one weekday afternoon or evening.

What are you waiting for? Get writing those resumes and cover letters!

Your Turn: Will you apply for any of these jobs?

Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.

 

by Susan Shain
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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