…so much that they’ve got a whole list of potential side jobs that won’t interfere with your calling.
Great Side Gigs for Journalists and Writers
Need a Plan B for your career? Give these jobs a try
By Amanda Ernst
When you think of alternative careers or side jobs a wordsmith could do, freelance reporting, blogging, writing, consulting or editing copy for any variety of industries come immediately to mind. But, beyond the obvious career moves, there are a whole slew of other fields that journalists can dabble in as side jobs or as a full-fledged career transition. Here are a few suggestions, and some former and current journalists who are doing them, to get you thinking about a new career direction….
Oops, waittaminnit. Turns out there’s a slight problem here, in the very next sentence:
Yes, that’s right, starving writers everywhere. All you need to see these great gigs is $55/year, or, if you want to dig a little deeper and trust a little more, $89/2 years, and no, it doesn’t end there ‘cuz:
“Note: At the end of your term, we will automatically renew your subscription and charge your credit card…”
Wow, how wonderful/helpful/generous of you – asshats.
In words I’m pretty sure our BL (Beloved Leader) LB (Larry Brody) would approve of: