Top 5 Telecommute Writing Jobs This Week

British author and playwright Enid Bagnold said, “Who wants to become a writer? And why? Because it’s the answer to everything…” If working from home as a writer is your goal as a telecommuter, check out our picks for the Top 10 Writing Jobs this Week!

Position Title: Remote High Quality WordPress Bloggers
Location: Any U.S. location
Compensation: $15 per article
Type: Part-time, Independent Contractor
Status: Full Telecommute
Travel Requirements: None
Are you comfortable giving an informed opinion? Can you also effectively instruct and guide readers? If you answered these questions with a resounding “Yes!” then consider applying for this freelance writing position. A blogging website seeks to hire WordPress bloggers to write reviews and tutorial articles. We love this full telecommute position because in addition to earning pay per article, the hired candidate will receive a biography showcase and website link back. Apply now!

Position Title: Remote Medical Writer
Location: Any U.S. location
Compensation: To be discussed
Type: Full-time, Independent Contractor
Status: Full Telecommute
Travel Requirements: None
We love this position because it is ideal for a freelance writer looking for greater contract stability. A U.S.-based Medical Writer is needed to work remotely for a 12-month contract. The hired candidate will write, edit, and compile QC documents. The medical writer will also interpret clinical data as well as ensure the compliance and quality of written deliverables. Top applicants will have an advanced degree, a minimum of two years of medical writing experience, knowledge of clinical study requirements, strong communication skills, and computer proficiency. Apply now!

Position Title: Remote Contract Lesson Writer
Location: Any U.S. location
Compensation: $60 per completed lesson
Type: Part-time, Independent Contractor
Status: Full Telecommute
Travel Requirements: None
Adjunct professors, high school teachers, and industry professionals who work as education consultants can apply to be a Remote Contract Lesson Writer. We’re excited about this telecommute job because the hired candidate can work from home in any U.S. location. However, you must be an expert in history, psychology, or the sciences to be considered. You will write text-based lessons to engage students who may be reluctant to learn, provide a substitution for expensive textbooks, and supplement in-class teaching. As an independent contractor, you will be paid $60 per completed lesson. Each lesson will be 500-1,500 words in length. Apply now!

Position Title: Remote Excellent Legal Writer
Location: Any U.S. location
Compensation: $20-$30/hour (DOE)
Type: Part-time, Independent Contractor
Status: Full Telecommute
Travel Requirements: None
Can you devote up to 10 hours per week while writing from home? U.S. lawyers or law students are encouraged to apply for this legal writing opening. You will prepare a presentation, conduct long-term legal research, and complete writing pertaining to corporate law. We love this full telecommute job listing because the more experienced you are the more you can earn. Top-level candidates can earn up to $30 per hour in this contract role. Apply now!

Position Title: Freelance Photography Blogger/Writer
Location: Any U.S. location
Compensation: To be discussed
Type: Full-time, Independent Contractor
Status: Full Telecommute
Travel Requirements: None
Smile for the camera or because this freelance opportunity is one awesome job for a camera lover! Work from home while utilizing your vast photography knowledge. Share your passion for aperture, lenses, composition, and f-stops with photography magazine readers. Interested applicants should forward a personal/professional description, topic ideas, and links to published work. A formal resume and cover letter are not required. Apply now!

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About Kimberly Back 780 Articles
Kimberly Back is the Senior Job Data Content Producer at Virtual Vocations and has been a member of the Virtual Vocations team since 2012. She brings to the role more than a decade of experience in writing, editing, content management, and graphic design. She is an honors graduate of Morehead State University and works remotely from Kentucky.

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