Extra, extra! Read all about it! We’ve compiled a list of 7 companies that are interested in hiring remote/work at home writers now. As someone who is a writer and understands that the hustle is real, I know that lists like these are always helpful in a job-or-gig search.
Quick tip: stay on top of said hustle! Make sure you’re looking at lists like these and job boards/forums for writers every week for new listings. Time is of the essence as a freelancer, and often, gigs go to whoever is quickest to snatch them up.
Read on to discover our picks for the best jobs to apply for yesterday.
7 Companies Looking For Work at Home Writers NOW
1 – ResumeSpice – Resume Writers
ResumeSpice is looking to hire resume writers anywhere in the US.
To qualify, you must have full MS Word proficiency, as well as strong verbal/written communication skills and an understanding of various industries and job functions.
Pay rate is unknown.
2 – ShoutVox – Freelance Content Writers
ShoutVox is currently looking for freelance content writers anywhere in the US.
To qualify, you must have an understanding of SEO and MS Office proficiency, as well as excellent writing skills and ability to adhere to strict deadlines.
Pay rate not listed.
3 – Perfect Search – Freelance Writers
Perfect Search is looking for writers to join their freelance writer network. This may be open worldwide.
The ideal candidate has exceptional writing skills, a keen eye for detail, a passion for nailing brand voice, and takes direction well.
The number of assignments per month may vary based on needs. They're looking for writers who can be flexible and adaptable.
4 – SuperSummary – Literature Study Guide Writers
SuperSummary is looking for literature study guide writers. May be open worldwide.
This is a freelance position (work whatever hours you want). You must commit to write two or more study guides per month.
A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in English or a related field is necessary for every SuperSummary study guide writer, and advanced degrees in the humanities or teaching experience are a huge plus.
Pay rate not given.
5 – WebFX – Copy Writers
WebFX currently has a need for remote copy writers in the US.
This is an entry-level role. A Bachelor's degree with a GPA above 3.4, a reliable internet connection and availability for a flexible schedule (must work 40 hours per week) are all required.
Hourly Rates starting between $18 and $21. An annual income equivalent to $42k to $46k (potentially higher based on work experience). Plus, you get a $200 monthly stipend for working remote to use as you see fit.
6 – Study.com – Freelance Writers
Study.com is hiring freelance writers in the US.
You will create informative articles about standardized tests such as teacher certification exams.
Must have experience researching and writing informational articles.
Pay rate not given.
7 – Game Rant – Gaming Writers
There are many different openings for gaming writers at Game Rant! Open to US and Canada.
If you have a lot of video game knowledge and you are able to write well, you may want to try applying with Game Rant. They almost always have video game content writing positions open that are remote/freelance.
Pay rate not listed.
Go here to check out their openings.
8 – Bonus Tip – Check FlexJobs For Even More Well-Known Companies Hiring Writers To Work at Home
FlexJobs is one of my favorite sites to use for finding remote jobs and learning about new companies that hire remotely. Most of what I see there when I check the listings pays well above minimum wage and are known companies.
The great thing about FlexJobs is that they guarantee ALL listings are scam-free. They list hundreds of jobs — all of which are either remote or flexible in nature — five days per week. There are also no ads on the site.
Because there are no ads, they do charge a membership fee since that is the only way they can see a return on their job-searching efforts. But it's cheap — $14.95 a month. And you can get a 30% discount if you use promo code AFFILPROMO.
If you sign up and don't like it, it's very easy to cancel right away so you are not billed again for the following month.
Go here to check out FlexJobs.
And that wraps up our list. Note that these are time sensitive, so if you view this post after the date we published – 9/22/23 – it goes without saying some of these listing may be expired.
However, we will update and republish at a later date with fresh openings!
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Anna Jones is a bicoastal writer, editor, and producer currently living in Atlanta, GA. She is the proud owner of Girl.Copy, a freelance copywriting and editing business that specializes in creating stellar content in the fashion, technology, marketing, and design sectors. She has a husband, human baby, and fur baby that are her favorite parts of any day. She enjoys traveling, reading, and a nice cold Diet Coke while taking an uninterrupted shower. If you want to internet stalk her or make a business inquiry, check out her website at: www.girlcopy.org.