Why hire a freelance employment writer?
Working in the employment field requires an aptitude for presenting thought leadership in the industry. Whether you’re running a job listing website or providing consulting services for managing employee benefits, your potential clients need to understand that you’re knowledgeable in your field.
Unfortunately, all the knowledge in the world means little if it’s not presented in a professional and easy-to-understand way. This is why hiring an employment freelance writer is so essential. By utilizing their professional writing skills along with the expertise they’ve gained in the industry, a content creator can showcase your proficiency in a manner that attracts new clients and improves your website’s overall search engine optimization.
By using an employment freelance writer to consistently produce informed content, your brand will establish an expert reputation in your field. This can ensure people find your website when seeking appropriate information, and in the end, this makes it easier for consumers to discover and trust your brand. Sign up to Scripted today to find the perfect employment writer for your business.
Browse Our Top Employment Writers
Search top employment writers to write high-quality content for the employment industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.
I have been writing for two other paying websites. Between the two, I have written more than 500 blogs, articles, and other pieces. I have almost never been rejected and very seldom get revision requests. My price estimates always include all prep time, writing of the piece, proofreading my work, and any revisions that may be requested of me. I am excellent at doing research and writing projects as well as descriptive pieces. I can write on any topic with authority. I enjoy doing this work very much. My primary objective is to ALWAYS PLEASE MY CLIENTS. I look forward to working with you.
Renee Breiten is a finance writer whose writing has appeared in numerous outlets related to finance and investing, from TheStreet to SCORE. She has an MBA from Exeter, degrees in psychology, and over 15 years of experience working with hedge funds and startups. Her work is centered on technology, consumer trends, and investing strategies. (formerly Renee Ann Butler)
Freelance writer, editor and accountant with experience in copywriting, creative writing, content writing and management. All writing includes thorough research and editing for clarity, grammar and spelling. Please send a message if you have any questions or concerns.
Jennifer (J Lynn) Cameron has enjoyed helping brands find their voice since 2010. She specializes in sales, marketing, accounting, and finance pieces but has written for several different industries. When she's not helping build a brand (or dreaming about Machu Picchu), she enjoys design work, writing songs, listening to music, and reading. And coffee.
I possess a strong 20-year background in marketing, digital marketing, and advertising. However, writing has always been a true passion of mine, and after working in corporate offices for many years, I turned my passion for writing into a full-time job. As a contract content writer for the last 12 years, I have acquired vast knowledge about a variety of different subjects. I have also written and published two fantasy novels and a collection of short stories. While I can conduct investigative Internet research in order to write informative content for articles, press releases, blog posts, and websites, some of my areas of expertise include: Digital Marketing-- Entrepreneurship-- Health & Wellness-- Home Improvement & Gardening-- Data Security-- Food & Cooking--
Read Sample Employment Blog Posts
The best way to find the perfect employment content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our employment writers: