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Groupon Test Page Chicago, IL
Description The travel writer visits select Groupon Getaway destinations to compose clear, accurate, and highly sensory narrative descriptions of our travel features. This position requires impeccable reporting and online research skills, as well as the most savory of writing chops. Based out of our Chicago headquarters, the travel writer is regularly dispatched on domestic and international 48-h...
Groupon Test Page Chicago, IL
Description The travel editor manages the production of rich, experiential, lemon-scented descriptions to cover Groupon Getaways offerings. This position requires the leadership to hold a team of travel writers and voice editors accountable for quality and productivity. The travel editor reports to the managing editor. Responsibilities Management * Directly manage 5-25 staff writers and voice ...
Fareportal Inc. New York, NY, 10007
People are at the core of Fareportal. We are one of the fastest growing travel technology companies in the world; our portfolio of travel brands, including flagship product CheapOair, receive over 100 million visitors annually. As a Social Media Coordinator for Fareportal Inc., brands, you will be on the front lines of our digital marketing efforts. You’ll be responsible for marketing exciting, ...

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Travel Writer

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$20,800.00 - $96,000.00
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
65.2%
Master's
18.5%
Some College Coursework Completed
8.1%
Associates
3.1%
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