Freelance Writing Jobs for June 9, 2014

freelance writing jobsGood morning, everyone!

How did the weekend go for you? We had a scheduled power interruption all day yesterday, and I found myself having to roam the city streets in sweltering heat! It did get me out of the house, though, so it’s all good.

Anyhow, here are your freelance writing jobs. Slim pickings today, but have a good week ahead!

Freelance Writing Jobs

Content Writing Jobs

  1. Part-time Weekend Content Writer
  2. Retirement Planning Writer (Telecommute)
  3. Article Writers (Anywhere)
  4. Healthcare Insurance Writer (LA)

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Blogging Jobs

  1. Transmission Expert to Blog (Remote)

Copywriting Jobs

  1. Advertising Copywriter (Telecommute)

Proofreading/Editing Jobs

  1. Spanish Proofreader

Plan/Proposal/Grant Writing Jobs

  1. Business Plan Specialist (Greater Toronto Area)
  2. Business Plan Writer (Chicago)

Sports Writing Jobs

  1. Freelance Sports Writers Needed To Cover African Soccer (Johannesburg, Other)

Travel Writing Jobs

Resume Writing Jobs

  1. Cover Letter/Resume Writer

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General/Misc. Freelance Writing Jobs

  1. Scriptwriter for Movie Studio (DMV)
  2. SAT Item Writers (Remote)
  3. Expert Business LinkedIn Writer (Anywhere in BC)
  4. Spanish Translator for Dialogue
  5. Restaurant Review Writer (Telecommute)
  6. German to English Translator – Health Text
  7. Writer for Dating Advice for Men
  8. Cuban/American Fiction Ghostwriter (USA)
  9. Ghostwriter to Tweak TV Pilot (LA)
  10. Someone to Post Ads in Spanish (Remote)
  11. Social Media Writers (Remote)

Magazine Writing Gigs

  1. Business Writers for International Men’s Magazine

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  1. says

    $10 per 2500 words in one of your links. I really don’t think we should honor these type of offers. It’s criminal exchange.

  2. Sandy says

    I love your site, and I have found some great leads through here. But the one for the “Article writers” only pays $10 for 2,500 word stories. That equals out to about four one-hundreths of a cent a word, which is totally ridiculous. When people accept jobs like that “just to get in the door” it opens the door for companies like that to think they can get away with getting our hard work for free. Writers who are willing to accept that kind of pay may as well not accept any pay at all. It’s insulting.

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