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Thursday, May 28, 2009

10 Halal Writing Opportunities for May 28, 2009

Today's List of Writing Opportunities:

Articles on academic topics for lay audience
($50-$75 per article of 1,000 words)

Contract medical writer for medical device company
(should be based near San Francisco, CA)

Web articles on topics pertaining to grammar, words and ESL
($20-$25 per 650 word article)

Diet blog needs qualified writers

Articles to help young people make the transition to adulthood ($50 or more per article of 600-1,000 words)

Creative writers to craft articles and other materials on Brazilian home decor products

Sports writers for the Bucks County (PA) / Pennington (Mercer County, NJ) areas ($25-$40 per article of 750-800 words)

Full-time assistant editor for ocean technology magazine in Arlington, VA

Part-time web reporter for Asian American newspaper in Los Angeles ($10-$12 per hour)

Copywriter for upscale medical company in Arizona

Not sure what is meant by halal?

See: Standards Used to Determine Halal Writing Opportunities

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