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Frequently Asked Questions About Hiring Writers

The cost to hire a career writer will depend on a number of factors, particularly the level of expertise you seek and the scope of work required. While rates will vary from one writer to the next, you will get what you pay for. If you expect quality work, a professional career writer will typically cost between $0.08 per word and $0.10 per word. However, more specialized or more research-intensive topics may cost more.

When you hire a professional career writer, the process should not be overwhelming and time-consuming. After all, one of the main reasons you’re delegating this task is to save time and money. That is why you should partner with a content marketing platform, such as Scripted. In doing so, you will gain instant access to a large pool of highly vetted writers, many of whom have direct experience in the career industry. Select the writer(s) who best suit your needs, hire them for a specific job, and get started. It’s that simple.

A career writer should be able to provide valuable insight, creating content that speaks to your audience. Most often, readers seeking career content are in need of advice. In that sense, the writer you hire should be able to write content that is factual and/or inspiring. Depending on your brand’s tone of voice, you may want to hire a career writer with plenty of personality. In other cases, you’ll need someone who showcases strong research skills. Regardless of what you require, the end goal remains the same — hire a career writer who can develop quality content that converts.

Regardless of the industry, each and every writer will bring something unique to the table. Whether it’s a writer’s background or their knowledge of SEO strategies, it can be highly beneficial to recruit a well-rounded team. On a platform such as Scripted, multiple writers will submit proposals. That way, you can choose those who best suit your needs and overall brand. You can then invite specific writers to future jobs, making the hiring process even more seamless.

Whether you are in need of blog posts or monthly newsletters, social media content or a press release, professional career writers will adapt to your needs. They will possess the writing skills required to produce quality content, regardless of the type.

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Search top employment & career writers to write high-quality content for the employment & career 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.

Jennifer Cameron
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Jennifer (J Lynn) Cameron is a full-time freelance writer and editor recently relocated to the Midwest from the Pacific Northwest. Writing professionally since 2010, she joined Scripted in 2012 and is now a Platinum-level Writer enjoying helping brands find their voice. She's written thousands of articles in various niches, but her specialties are sales, eCommerce, marketing, accounting, and finance. When she's not writing or dreaming about world travel, she spends her time reading. With coffee. Lots of coffee.
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Tim Stroud
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During the past decade, Tim Stroud has written hundreds of articles for several well-known Internet content providers, including Media Piston and Textbroker. Currently, Tim does most of his Internet content writing for Scripted. In addition to his writing career, Tim is a life-long professional musician and entertainer, and has performed throughout the US, as well as the Netherlands. Tim currently lives in Key West, where he is married to musician/writer Keely Brown, who is a Scripted writer as well.
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Why hire a freelance job listings writer?

Some of the most popular websites in America do nothing other than list open job opportunities. These brands experience an influx of traffic when the economy is suffering, and we’ve seen in recent times that these difficulties can arise seemingly out of nowhere.

Regardless of where your brand stands within this industry, you would do well to hire a freelance job listings writer. Competition is fierce among firms working in this field, and even occupying the top spot in one moment doesn’t guarantee continued success. Content marketing has become integral within every industry, and if your brand isn’t keeping up, your target audience will find their way to the competition.

Writers skilled in job listings can craft the content you need to maintain your position as an industry thought leader, and they can do so while focusing on optimizing your content for search engines. In the end, this is the only way to ensure your brand experiences continued success in the field.

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