Calling All Writers: These 3 Companies Are Filling Work-From-Home Positions

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Calling all writers!

If you have words in your head that need to be released onto a page or else you swear you’re going to explode, it just might be your lucky day.

Furthermore, if you have words in your head about weddings, culture or lifestyle, then it might be time to play the lotto — because you might as well be throwing horseshoes with a four-leaf clover tucked behind your ear while heads-up pennies fall from the sky.


Because if you’re a writer who loves weddings, culture or lifestyle topics, then these work-from-home writing jobs are for you.

(And if you’re not a writer but you still want to land a work-from-home job, be sure to like our Jobs page on Facebook. We post awesome work-from-home opportunities there all the time!)

Paid Writing Jobs You Can Apply for Today

Here are three work-from-home writing jobs you can apply for now!

Full-Time Culture Writer at The Verge for Vox Media

Pay: Competitive

Location restriction: U.S. based, although the ideal candidate would reside in New York

Responsibilities include:

  • Research and write about television shows, including talent interviews, news briefs, reviews, long-form essays and podcast and video content
  • Generate new ideas weekly for essays, columns, features and reports
  • Work with staff to improve existing content and coverage

Applicants for this position should have:

  • A confident writing voice with a strong knowledge of television, including popular shows and industry trends
  • Excellent organizational and multitasking skills
  • Fantastic writing skills, including the ability to produce new ideas and angles and creatively craft thoughtful and compelling arguments
  • Strong reporting skills, including fact checking and journalistic ethics
  • An interest in television (including shows and fans), technology and cultural and critical writing
  • Familiarity with online publishing and organizational tools

Benefits include:

  • 401(k) plans
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Healthcare
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave options

To apply to become a culture writer for Vox Media, go here.

Part-Time Content Creator at Wedding Wire

Pay: Hourly, unlisted

Location restriction: U.S. based, although you will be asked to travel to Chevy Chase, Maryland, for initial training

Responsibilities include:

  • Perform writing tasks as assigned
  • Work closely with the content team manager to ensure timeliness and efficiency
  • Show an improvement in writing skills and productivity over time

Applicants for this position should have:

  • An in-process bachelor’s degree (journalism, communications, English, creative writing and related majors encouraged to apply)
  • Excellent research and writing skills
  • A commitment to timelines, accuracy and professionalism
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail
  • Self-confidence, energy and enthusiasm
  • Familiarity with keyword placement and SEO best practices
  • The ability to work at least 10 hours per week, possibly up to 25 hours per week if available
  • A personal computer on which to complete tasks

To apply to become a content creator at Wedding Wire, go here.

Part-Time Lifestyle Writer for Elite Daily

Pay: Unlisted

Location restriction: Remote, although business hours follow Eastern Standard Time

Schedule: Must be available to work seven-hour shifts three to four days per week during business hours

Responsibilities include:

  • Pitching fresh story angles daily
  • Writing about a variety of lifestyle content, including college, holiday, travel, relationships and age-specific content

Applicants for this position should have:

  • At least two years of writing experience
  • A degree in English or journalism
  • The ability to work with minimal supervision and meet deadlines
  • Experience in writing and blogging

To apply to become a lifestyle writer for Elite Daily, go here.

Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.