Writer and Editor

| July 6, 2014

If you own a computer being a writer and/or editor may
be your ticket to success …
You do not need to be a professional scribe to find work
in this arena. Jobs run from copyediting to proofreading,
from resume writing to technical editing. If you have the
expertise in a particular field, that’s all the better for starting.
You may check out www.careerbuilder.com for a range of
postings for part-time writing and editing jobs. For actual
assignment offers you can check out www.journalismjobs.com
that work through www.resumeedge.com and www.essayedge.com.
You can, also, reach out to local associations and organizations,
community newsletters and other regional publications. Ask if
they need an extra hand on an assignment basis for online and
print articles, brochures and press releases.
If you’re interested in resume and cover letter jobs, you can
check out www.certifiedprofessionalresumewriters.com or
For qualifications you need no formal training. Many employers
often look for expertise in a variety of fields from health care to taxes.
The hours are flexible. Freelance writers and editors typically set
their own schedules based on deadlines.
The pay range varies between $15 to $40 per hour. You may even
charge your own base fees for each assignment.


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Ernie Brown is a retired businessman from Franklin Park who is volunteering his talents to write articles for People & Places.

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