Writing obviously lends itself well to telecommuting. It matters not where you write, just that you write. It’s not enough for a writer to show up for work. A writer must write. And writing can be done from virtually anywhere, right!
Writing gigs are fairly easy to find online, but the truth is that most don’t pay very well. That’s fine if you really need a starting point and are working to build your resume, but it’s not too enticing to write for Helium or Today.com if you’ve got a considerable amount of experience already. If you already have a strong writing background and resume, you should be looking for jobs like these…
- Online Managing Editor
Change.org is hiring a new Managing Editor to lead and expand our rapidly growing social action blog network.
- Online Writing Lab Tutor
SMARTHINKING.com is hiring motivated individuals to serve as part-time online writing tutors. A Washington, D.C.-based education organization, SMARTHINKING.com provides real-time, online tutoring and learning support to high schools and colleges.
- Partial Telecommute Editor/Writer Needed
Polytechnic Institute of NYU, an affiliate of New York University, is looking for a focused, detail-obsessed web editor/writer to help in its web site redesign project.
- Non-Fiction Writer/Editor (Indianapolis – Telecommute)
An editorial services firm is seeking a full-time or part-time writer and editor. Our company provides writing and editing services to publishing companies. Projects consist of developing educational materials for higher education markets that may include traditional publications and innovative online content.
I also found this interesting writing job which could earn some young go-getter a handy extra $200/month: At Home Young Bloggers-$200/month.