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Nov 12, 2021

11 November 2021

Hello everyone! It's finally here! I've scoured the world wide web to find you some paying opportunities to try out this week. Every week I'll be sure to send you a list that you can check out. Let's get you on your way to making money online.

Beauty Writer at Bustle

This is a remote job that is available on a part time basis.

Bustle is seeking a remote, part-time writer to cover beauty. Day-to-day responsibilities include pitching and writing news stories as well as original reported beauty stories (both short turnaround and longer lead), a mix of evergreen, service stories, and trend pieces about topics in skincare, makeup, hair, nails, and body care. A passion for beauty and an innate ability to trendspot in the fields are crucial. Examples of the kinds of articles you’d work on include this interview with Doja Cat about her beauty routine; this fall makeup trend roundup; and this service piece on how to grow out your eyebrows.

The majority of stories will require the writer to find sources, conduct phone interviews, and cite peer-reviewed studies. A network of industry contacts and go-to experts (think makeup artists, estheticians, and hairstylists) is a plus.

Candidates must have availability to work 3 days per week during business hours, ET. The writer will work remotely and communicate with the Senior Beauty Editor throughout their shift.


Write 6-8 500-word stories per week comprising a mix of pitches and assignments

Stay up-to-date on the latest beauty trends, research, and influential thought leaders to produce authoritative content

Manage ongoing assignments, including conducting interviews and follow-ups


Applicants should have at least 2 years experience covering beauty topics at an online publication

Ability to turn in clean, well-sourced, accurate copy in a timely fashion

Comfort covering sensitive topics

A sense for what makes a Bustle story

Familiarity with SEO best practices


Keyword Editor at Study.com

This job is available to any freelancer anywhere in the world.

Study.com is dedicated to making education easily accessible and highly valuable. We are looking to build a team to help us renovate our existing lesson library to meet the needs of our diverse users. Our ideal keyword editor is self-motivated and communicative with excellent critical thinking and SEO skills.

Project Description 

You’ll review a set of keywords to determine the new lesson content and ensure that the selected keywords are high quality. This includes:

Gaining deep understanding of Study.com pages, and the kinds of topics and content our site specializes in

Verifying that the keyword selector has matched Study.com URLs to appropriate keywords, taking into account search volume and user intent

Communicating feedback to keyword selectors & making edits as necessary


You are familiar with the basic principles of search engine optimization (SEO) and what makes web pages “win”

You have excellent English written communication and editing skills

You can give, receive, and implement feedback & work collaboratively with others

What We Offer

Reliable Payments: Timely, reliable payments twice a month via PayPal. All work is paid hourly.

Independence: No waiting, no assignments, and a massive library of lessons for you to choose from

Flexibility: Work from anywhere, at any time, completely online

Supportive Staff: Access to a supportive in-house team to answer your questions

The Contract Process

Complete the application and submit your resume.

If your application is approved, we’ll email you a link to a contract, and then you’ll read it over and sign it.

The following week, you’ll receive emails with access information and project documentation. Follow the instructions to set up your accounts and get started on your project.


Humanities Lesson Writer (Contract) at Study.com

This job is available to any freelancer anywhere in the world.

Online Lesson Writer – Humanities (Contract)

Study.com is dedicated to making education easily accessible and highly valuable. Our humanities lesson writers develop rich, quality lessons for students from middle school to college level. We’re looking for instructors, course developers, and educational copywriters to contribute to our library of engaging online lessons in the following subjects:

English language & World literature

Grammar, Writing & Composition

History & Social Studies

Social Science



Project Description

Given a lesson outline with optimized section headings and content prompts, you’ll create an engaging written lesson between 1000-2000 words as well as a descriptive title for the lesson. Each lesson will culminate in a brief summary to emphasize key concepts and prepare students for a short quiz. You’ll also write short, targeted answers for 2-6 preselected FAQs related to your lesson.

You can choose what you want to work on from a pool of lesson outlines covering a variety of humanities topics, including social sciences, business, and English. You will perform research to support the information in your lesson.


You have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

You have very strong writing skills

You have familiarity with online educational content

You’re committed to providing high-quality, accurate information

You have a working knowledge of online research methods

You have excellent communication skills and are responsive and collaborative

Preferred Qualifications

You have developed online academic course or lesson content

You have 1-3 years’ teaching experience at the middle school, high school and/or college level AND/OR an advanced degree

You have experience with HTML, Wiki code, Latex, or imaging software

What We Offer

Reliable Payments: Timely, reliable payments twice a month via PayPal. All work is paid per piece. Per piece rates vary based on complexity and length of content.

Independence: No waiting, no assignments, and a massive library of lessons for you to choose from.

Flexibility: Work from anywhere, at any time, completely online.

Supportive Staff: Access to a supportive in-house team to answer your questions


Writer – Researcher at Calm.com

Calm.com is offering full time employment to a remote writer/researcher.

Who We Are:

At Calm, we have a simple, albeit BIG mission: to make the world a happier and healthier place. Through our website, blog, and app—filled with meditations, sleep stories, music, movement, and more—we’re redefining what mental care looks like in 2021 and beyond. With over 100 million users worldwide, 100,000 new users daily, and our growing partnerships with major companies, we’re having a positive effect on more and more people each and every day. And while the heart of Calm is digital, we are growing and expanding offline with a variety of products and services to help deliver on our mission of health and happiness, the world over.

What We Do:

As part of the Content Innovation Team, you’ll get work on new innovative formats that will help dictate the future of Calm Content. We value creativity, collaboration, and a proactive attitude.

What You’ll Do:

We are looking for an experienced script writer and researcher for a new short form scripted digital series. You will work remotely alongside the show’s producers, show runner, and host to research and write a high volume of inspiring and motivating scripts.

You’ll be responsible for:

Writing scripts that reflect the tone of the host and vibe of the show

Researching movement modalities and mindful practices that you can then interpret into VO for the host

Interfacing with Show Runner and Host in order to help inform the host’s dialogue

Help ideate around themes and stories that can be integrated into the series

Who You Are:

Script writer with a strong background in writing for a host, with emphasis on voice, character, and tone

Proactive in ideating around specific subject matters including themes and story arcs

Able to quickly research given topics and translate that research into compelling and meaningful scripts

Experienced in writing short form episodic content for a daily show (high volume scripting)

Have excellent communication skills and ability to interface cross functionally in a remote environment

Strong ability to work independently and interpret and implement feedback from multiple sources on tight timelines. Additionally, you are able to receive and respond to feedback well, with experience moving projects through multiple iterations.

Flexible and versatile in nature; able to take on challenges while maintaining a sense of humor.


Knowledge of mindfulness, meditation, and the wellness world

Passion for and interest in exercise and movement modalities


Online GCSE Tutors for English, Maths, History and Geography

Schools Partnership Tutors(SP Tutors)

SP Tutors urgently needs 4 remote tutors to join their ranks.

Job details


£28 - £33 an hour

Job type




Number of positions for this role



Bachelor's (Preferred)

Teaching: 1 year (Preferred)

Tutoring: 1 year (Preferred)

Full Job Description

Online Key Stage 4 GCSE Tutors with QTS Required for English, History, Geography and Maths tuition

Are you a qualified teacher looking for a new challenge or wanting to supplement your income with part-time work?

Perhaps you hare retired or taken time out from teaching and would like flexible work to suit your commitments?

We want to hear from you.

We are recruiting experienced professionals to provide small group online tuition over the next 16 weeks focusing on examination techniques based on Edexcel or AQA exam board.

History Tutors required: must be available Tuesdays between 4:30 and 8:30pm

Geography Tutors required: must be available Tuesdays between 4:30 and 8:30pm

English Tutors required: must be available Sat mornings between 9am and 1pm

Maths Tutors required: must be available Sat mornings between 9am and 1pm


You will be passionate about making a real difference to a child’s life

You will need to be reliable and committed to making the most out of the tuition sessions, to ensure the best outcomes for pupils.

You will be confident and effective at communicating with children and adults alike; relationship-building with pupils and staff will be paramount for continuity of education and maximum impact.

Holds a QTS/PGCE or has experience in a classroom environment.

It goes without saying that safeguarding is our priority and we will expect you to undertake an Enhanced DBS check.


Schools Partnership Tutors (SP Tutors) was established in 2020 to help schools access the National Tutoring Programme. We work in collaboration with schools and tutors to help disadvantaged pupils catch up on lost learning and, as a Not For Profit organisation, we are passionate about ensuring that support reaches the pupils who need it most. We value our tutors and as such, you can expect to receive a competitive hourly rate, ongoing support and access to high-quality, evidence-informed training materials that even experienced teachers find beneficial.

Whether you are looking to supplement your income or to tutor full-time, SP Tutors will help you to find tuition placements that suit you.

Job Types: Part-time, Temporary, Permanent

Salary: £28.00 to £33.00 per hour

Contract length: 12 months

Part-time hours: 2-4 per week

Expected start date: 15/11/2021

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Salary: £28.00-£33.00 per hour


Flexible schedule

Work from home


Monday to Friday

Weekend availability

Application question(s):


Remote Freelance Online English Teacher

English Today

Job details


£180 a day

Job type



Number of positions for this role


Full Job Description

We are looking for a new (Business) English teacher to join our team!

We’ve created a new department last year for online 1:1 trainings & classes and work online now via MS Teams and Zoom.

Job description:

You’ll provide private "Business English" and “Conversational English” classes for (young) professionals.

The classes take place at fixed weekly time slots and have a duration of 1.5 or 2 hours. The lesson plans and curriculum for the courses will be provided. The classes will take place online via MS Teams or Zoom.

Do you recognise yourself in this profile?

1 to 2 years of experience as an English teacher (This is a junior position)

Freelance teacher: you must be registered as a freelancer

Enthusiastic and creative personality

Bachelor's degree (or higher)

TEFL / TESOL / CELTA certificate (or equivalent)

You are available for at least one evening (5 pm to 9 pm CET) + three mornings or afternoons per week

What do we offer?

Being part of a fun, creative and growing team

Flexible hours, with the option to work half days

Working from home

Potential growth opportunities within the team

Competitive hourly rate

Monthly hours paid within 5 business days

English Today is a company in the Professional Services industry.

We specialize in providing Business English & “Conversational English” courses to individuals and companies.

The first introductory meetings will take place in September 2021.

Parttime uren: 12 per week

Deadline sollicitaties: 29-11-2021

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: Up to £180.00 per day


Company events

Flexible schedule

Work from home

Application question(s):

Are you currently a registered freelancer?

For how many years have you been working as a teacher? (Please note: we are looking for someone with no more than 2 years of teaching experience, as this is a junior position.)

Work remotely:



Amazing Talker

They're hiring English teachers and tutors. Check the site for details on how to apply.

The News Station

The News Station is a national alt-weekly that covers the war on drugs, prison and criminal justice reform, CBD, the innovations in health and wellness, culture, politics, and more. They welcome pitches from freelancers.

They pay $75 for short pieces explaining new science/research, then about $150 for a researched news piece or $200 for features. They pay $250 for news on the day it happens, non-breaking news pieces, and as much as $500 though usually around $300 to $400 for features.

The News Station relies on freelance journalists (veterans and young ones alike), independent visual artists, free wheeling comics, eager and talented college students, experimental graphic artists and aspiring creatives from all genres for the diverse and envelope-pushing content that fills our e-pages.

Check out their site if you want to send them a pitch.

The Real News Network

The Real News Network is an independent, nonprofit news network that is focused on providing uncompromising and fact-based journalism. They cover politics, prisons and policing, racial justice, climate crisis, and economy and inequality. According to payment reports, they pay about $1 per word. If interested, contact them at [email protected]. To learn more about them, refer to this page.

The New York Times

The New York Times covers politics, business, technology, science, health, sports, arts, style, movies, travel, books, education, jobs, real estate, and more. They accept opinion essays (400 to 1,200 words). According to payment reports, they pay up to $1.00 per word. Details here.

Opinion Guest Essays at The New York Times make an argument, based in fact, drawn from an author’s expertise or experience and delivered in the author’s own voice. (These essays were formerly known as Op-Eds because they appeared in print opposite the editorial page.) 

Times Opinion publishes about 2,000 Guest Essays every year. Our goal is to offer readers a robust range of ideas on newsworthy events or issues of broad public concern from people outside The New York Times. 

Written essays typically run from 800 to 1,200 words, although we sometimes publish essays that are shorter or longer. We welcome ideas for submissions in all mediums, including audio, video, illustration and data visualization.

When submitting your work, please explain the professional or personal background that connects you to the argument or idea in your essay. All of our published essays are rigorously edited and fact-checked, so it’s important to include sources (in hyperlinks in the text or in parentheses) for key assertions made in your essay.

The National

The National is an Abu Dhabi-based English-language newspaper that covers news, business, culture, arts, sports, and lifestyle throughout the Middle East and the world. They are looking for pitches from around the world. They pay $0.50 per word and extra for photos. To learn more, refer to this Twitter thread and this page.

Each day The National reaches an influential, English-speaking audience to deliver the latest in news, business, arts, culture, lifestyle and sports, while leading the region in analytical content and commentary.

The National is committed to serving the local UAE community while delivering a strong international perspective.

Experience Life

Experience Life is a progressive “healthy-way-of-life magazine.” It comes out 10 times a year and has a circulation of 700,000. They aim their content at 30 to 45 year-olds. Payment reports suggest that they pay $1.00 per word. Further information can be found on their writer’s guidelines page.

Hello, Experience Life writers (and potential writers). Below you’ll find some points to keep in mind in your current and/or future work for Experience Life magazine. If we have talked by phone, we may have already spoken to you about one or more of these topics, so please forgive any redundancies. If you’re new and looking to submit an article idea, please read our guidelines thoroughly and then submit your idea to [email protected], our deputy editor.


GreenBiz is a business-to-business media company that focuses on corporate sustainability practice and strategy. They are looking for both shorter (500 to 800 words) and longer (800 to 1,200 words) pieces across a range of topics. Their target audience is senior leaders in large corporations. These senior leaders’ “firms are driven by hardcore business goals as much as by sustainability ones, and they’re seeking to align the two.” According to their editorial director, they pay $200 to $500 per piece.


To send a press release, share a story idea or suggest a contributed article or essay to our editorial team, please email [email protected]. (Send press releases via e-mail as text files or embodied in e-mail messages.)

If we're interested in your news, a member of our team will contact you. Because of the high volume of messages we receive, it is impossible for us to respond to all of them. 

If you want to submit an essay or article for consideration, please see our guidelines here, which apply to all of our sites, publications and properties

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