Online writing articles job?
Topic: Getting paid for writing online
July 17, 2019 / By Jaylin Question:
Okay so this sounds REALLY cheesy but I was wondering if there was a website that will pay you for writing articles. Im 15 and kinda cant get a part time job (considering where I life and circumstances im facing) so I thought if there is such things online. I really like writing so I guess its perfect for me :) I heard people talk about these things but Idk if its true or not. Please help?
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Best Answers: Online writing articles job?
Gale | 2 days ago
There are on-line lists of places that accept "unsolicited manuscripts." Just because you don't have a degree, doesn't mean that your editorial and grammatical skills aren't good enough, along with your topics, that someone won't accept you. Journalism is tough now; the competition that use to accept, only "white men" has had to expand as the population becomes more diverse, and the times change. Thus making the "old-boy network" somewhat obsolete. Try it and see. The only thing I'll say to you is:: you've got to prepared to accept rejection, and not let it dampen your enthusiasm. Meanwhile, in addition, start looking up schools and investigating careers in journalism and what it takes. Northwestern University in Chicago is one of the top-tier schools for journalism, it's also quite expensive, which means you might need a scholarship. Start trying to beef up your grades (if that's necessary) and preparing for the dreaded "SAT's" Good luck.
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I think all those positions are usually filled with people who have a degree in journalism or writing.
At 15, you'll have a tough time competing against college graduates.
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