We're expanding our blog and are on the lookout for writers who can take on regular assignments on all things related to managing your career and successfully navigating the modern job search.
Topics include but are not limited to: salary negotiation, interview prep, resume writing, personal branding, networking, elevator pitches, job applications, goal setting, working with recruiters, and so forth.
We aim to provide smart, practical, and specific tips that go beyond the basics (Think "5 Phrases You Should Avoid at All Costs When Negotiating Your Salary," not "How to Negotiate Your Salary.") to help our readers improve their careers and find the right job, sooner.
We encourage our writers to include quotes and statistics from expert sources or reputable articles, where appropriate. The more examples you can provide, from your own experience or others’, the better. Our readers love to hear from those who’ve gone through the same challenges and come out the other end.
If you have previous experience reporting on any of the above topics or have worked in HR, recruiting, or the career coaching or resume-writing space, let's talk!
We’ll start with one post and see how things go. Assuming all goes well, we’d like to build long-term relationships with writers who are interested in becoming regular contributors. In addition to a byline, every article you write will be branded with your name and photo.
Our site currently receives 270K unique visitors per month and our new newsletter is currently sent out to approximately 350K readers (and growing!) each week. Visit our blog at www.topresume.com/career-advice
To be considered, please include (1) the link to your LinkedIn profile, blog, or online portfolio and (2) a link to at least one full-length article (500-1000 words) you’ve authored on a topic that’s relevant to the job search or career space and best demonstrates your writing style.