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10 Writing Jobs: What They Pay and How to Get Them

For those who haven’t written for an audience before, the thought of writing professionally can be quite intimidating. Where do you begin? What should an essay writer write about? How much should you charge? You don’t have to worry about that stuff anymore because we have done all the research for you. After that, we are able to come up with a list of ten writing jobs that pay you well in exchange for your skills and services.

10 Writing Jobs: What They Pay and How to Get Them?

Do you want to be your own boss? Do you have the drive and motivation to succeed? If so, this guide is for you. You will learn about ten different writing jobs, what they pay and how to get them. When you are done reading this article you will be able to see all the many options out there.

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Business Writing ($53,391 YR- $4,449 M)

Businesses have an endless supply of content needs: website copy, blog posts, emails, reports, social media updates, brochures, flyers—the list goes on and on! If you have experience in business or marketing and a knack for writing this type then go ahead.

Write for social media: (On average $49,140)

Social media writing involves crafting messages for social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. It also includes writing blog posts too.

Be a copywriter: (Roundabout $70,476)

Copywriting is used in advertisements, websites, and other marketing materials. Usually, it is persuasive in nature and written for internet marketing.

Technical Writing is not much tricky: ($74,650)

Technical writing involves documenting technical information such as computer software manuals or user guides (how-to-articles, informative patterned writing, etc). Moreover, it is about formal proposal writing for IT projects.

Ghostwriting pays well: (Per Anum $63,915)

Ghostwriting is when you write something for someone else who takes credit for it as if they wrote it themselves. You may be hired as a ghostwriter to write articles from scratch or tweak existing drafts. These articles can require in-depth research of argumentative essay topics or compelling logical reasoning. It can be about any topic. You will need to choose as per your niche.

Medical Writing ($66,130)

While doctors may write well on scientific topics, they often struggle to translate their knowledge into clear language for patients. For this reason, medical writing jobs are increasing as companies seek skilled individuals who can make complex medical concepts accessible to patients through marketing materials and consumer-facing information.

Magazine Writer: (On average $54,062)

Magazine writers create articles that are published in various magazines across the world. These types of writing jobs typically pay anywhere from $100 to $500 per article depending on the topic and length of the article.

Article Writer: ($55,509 per year)

Article writers create articles that are distributed through various newspapers and/or websites. These types of writers can typically earn anywhere from $25 to $100 per article depending on their experience level and the type of newspaper or website they work for.

Freelance Writers: ($22.90- $40 per hour)

Writers can work as freelancers and write on a contract basis for companies or individuals. Freelance writers can charge per word or article, and they often work individually or in small groups to produce written content like books, blog posts, magazine articles, website copy, or marketing materials.

Bloggers: ($200 to $2,500 a month)

Most bloggers use their own websites to generate revenue by selling their own products or advertising others’ products. Bloggers produce content that functions as an online journal to share information about travel, fashion, recipes, news and politics, hobbies, or any other topic they’re passionate about.

How to find these writing jobs?

Now, the time comes to address the big question. Here's how to find writing clients:

  1. Make a list of everyone you know.
  2. Ask them if they know anyone else who needs a writer.
  3. Apply to every job posting you can find, i.e., LinkedIn. glass door, UpWork, etc.
  4. Research companies and email them directly with your writing samples.
  5. Write articles that show off your expertise, put them on your website and social media, and link them back to your contact page so people can hire you.
  6. Pitch guest posts to other blogs in your niche and include a link back to your site in the bio section at the end.
  7. Offer your services for free for one week as a way for new clients to try out working with you without taking any risk.

Conclusion:

If your aim is simply to earn a steady income from writing, then you should determine an hourly rate and start calculating how much of that you can make from each of these different writing jobs. Keep in mind that this will not be an exact science, but you will be able to ballpark it. And remember to do the math for both freelancing and full-time gigs.

Author’s Bio:

Pearl Holland is a sought-after writer and blogger with a passion for discussing luxury items. She has been featured in several magazines and blogs. She shares her expert advice on the latest trends in luxury accessories since she considers herself an expert in the field.

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