Freelance writers are invited to pitch articles to the editors of The Economist Careers Network, a series of blogs supported by The Economist Group. These niche blogs provide educational and professional products aimed at future graduate students, career professionals, and companies and business schools worldwide.
The following blogs publish articles by freelance writers:
1) Executive Education Blog (https://execed.economist.com/career-advice): this blog helps mid-career executives cultivate their competitiveness and retain their success.
2) GMAT Tutor Blog (https://gmat.economist.com/blog): this blog helps active career professionals prepare for the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)
3) GRE Advice Blog (https://gre.economist.com/gre-advice): this blog helps career professionals prepare for the GRE (Graduate Record Examination test)
Word length: 500-700 words per article.
Payment: starts at $100 per article for the GMAT and GRE blogs and $150/article for the Executive Education blog.
The editors accept article pitches only. Include the topic of your article, why it’s timely and relevant to readers, and 3-5 links to published articles so the editors can evaluate your skills.