IAPWE is hiring a
Remote Freelance Writer
Our organization is seeking content writers to create articles and blog posts on a variety of topics.\n\nThe rate of pay is $20 per 100 words (this comes out to approximately $100 per article or $50 per hour).\n\nSome topics you may be asked to write about include the following (you can always turn down a topic if you do not feel comfortable writing about it, however if you have experience or expertise in a specific area, please let us know):\n\n* Health & beauty\n* Fitness\n* Home Decor\n* Fashion\n* Sports\n* Do it yourself\n* Finance\n* Legal\n* Medical\n* Family/Parenting\n* Relationships\n* Real Estate\n* Restaurants\n* Contracting (plumbing, pool building, remodeling, etc.)\n\nThese are just some of the more general industries and topics that we cover.\n\nRequirements:\n\n* We ask that all work be completed using a word processor such as Microsoft Word or Open Office\n* A reliable internet connection and the ability to meet deadlines\n* Good communication skills and respond in a timely manner to editorial staff when they ask for updates on tasks, etc\n* Work well as a team member with the rest of our content management and editorial staff \n\nBe sure to mention the word **DEXTEROUSLY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human / RMy4yMzYuNTAuMjUy.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
$40,000 — $50,000/year\n
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