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Freelance Technology Writer for ZDNet.com
Date Added: 08/03/2022
Job Category: Blogging / Web Content Writing
Hiring Company: ZDNet.com
Local candidates only? No
Budget (per post / page / document): $50 - 100 (SEMI-PRO)
ZDNet.com is seeking a freelance technology writer for rankings, career, and degree-oriented content. Pay is $90 per 500 words.
- Education, certification, or training in computer science, information technology, database science, or related fields and related professional experience
- Experience in freelance writing
- Those with experience writing about the technology sector and computer science education are highly encouraged to apply.
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