I want to start making a living as a freelance writer. I love writing. I’ve been writing for five years now, and I love what I do.
In the last couple of years Ive been offered a few different jobs, and I always hesitate before accepting. I’m no stranger to rejection! I’m sure it must be hard to lose that drive to do something you love, so I’m hoping this new job will help me do just that.
You may not know if this is a legit job, or not. I say this because I know a lot of writers with fake jobs. They are usually paid pennies an hour and have no idea how to get a real job anyway.
I would love to have a career (who knows? I have a book in my library with more work on it) but a few years ago I started writing a few articles for several months. I knew I had to write them, but since you can’t write for a living, I decided to try to do a few more articles for my own blog in hopes of getting a job.
If you’re looking for a job, you should definitely have your resume posted online. Even if you don’t have any experience in writing, you will still be able to get some online writing jobs. Just make sure to keep your resume current and look for opportunities if you haven’t posted before.
I am not sure what type of writing they are looking for, but I am sure they want someone who is willing to write articles for a living. I have used a couple of sites and had some great experiences, but I can’t vouch for other sites.
Another great thing about not having your resume on the internet is that you can write your resume offline, and then use it when you have time available to write. You can even write a paper on your resume, and then take it with you to your first interview.
It’s true that it is difficult to find freelance work that is as interesting as writing for professional writing sites. I recommend using Google’s jobs site, Google Jobs, to find freelance writing jobs. It is easy to enter your information and then Google “web jobs.” I recently applied for a couple freelance writing jobs and received many of the same types of responses I get when I apply for a job in a professional writing community.
It’s true that most freelance writing jobs are for writers who already have a lot of experience, but there are some positions that require a little more. The good thing about Google is that it’s easy to see the level of experience required to get a job, and if you know a lot about freelancing in general, then your resume will be reviewed with much more care than on our own website.
Of course, as a professional writer, I’m not the only one who feels this way. I’ve seen people who’ve been freelancing for months or even years only get hired one time in their careers, and it’s usually for a good reason. A few years ago I wrote for a major trade publication that got picked up by a big publishing house which hired me to write for them.