Bustle.com (est. 2013), a flourishing women’s lifestyle website, routinely hires freelance writers and remote writers to contribute timely content in several editorial verticals, including entertainment, politics, parenting, literature, fashion & beauty, and so on.
Applicants can find current freelance employment with Bustle at the company’s Career page.
Bustle needs writers to fulfill these remote/freelance positions:
Freelance Evergreen Lifestyle Writers
Bustle needs freelance writers to write regularly for the site’s Lifestyle section by producing 2-4 pieces of unique service-oriented, evergreen content three days weekly. Writers will cover a broad range of lifestyle topics, including sex and relationships, health, mental health, and astrology. Must be able to work Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM.
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Freelance News Reporters
Bustle wants to cover how the Trump administration influences young women based on their race, region, socioeconomic status, faith, sexual orientation, and more. Candidates will report and analyze politics and current events that engage millennials and show how important decisions impact their day-to-day lives. Must be able to work Sunday – Tuesday from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM OR Thursday – Saturday from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Candidates will conduct extensive investigations for both news briefs and long-form editorial pieces and submit at least two (600 words) pieces per day.
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Bustle recruits writers who typically have:
- a degree in journalism/communications or similar.
- 1 or more years of experience in reporting, writing, and/or blogging.
- a flexible schedule to work weekdays and sometimes weekends, depending on the position. This includes early morning and/or evening work schedule.
- strong pitching skills to pitch in-demand topics to the editors.
Payment: writers are paid to write for Bustle. Pay rate is discussed individually with hired writers.