Writer and Author Jobs in District of Columbia

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3 District of Columbia Writer and Author jobs found on Monster.

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Company Introduction Since 2006, HubPages has been the preeminent online writing community for bloggers and freelance writers to realize the full lifetime value of their writing. Over 220,000 writers and bloggers have published over 1 million informative, useful articles (.Hubs.) on HubPages to date. On HubPages, you own your Hubs (you're free to publish and unpublish as you please), in contrast t...
Technical Content Writer Management Technology, Inc. (MTI) is seeking an experienced technical content author with a demonstrated ability to develop written proposal text and graphics that support the capture strategy, comply with requirements in the Request for Proposal (RFP), and adhere to processes and procedures established in the MTI Win Theme. This is a consultant positionthat will be used o...
Company Introduction Since 2006, HubPages has been the preeminent online writing community for bloggers and freelance writers to realize the full lifetime value of their writing. Over 220,000 writers and bloggers have published over 1 million informative, useful articles (.Hubs.) on HubPages to date. On HubPages, you own your Hubs (you're free to publish and unpublish as you please), in contrast t...

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Writer

Salaries

$20,800.00 - $114,400.00
Typical Salary for Writer in District of Columbia
(89 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Bachelor's
57.1%
Master's
19.4%
Some College Coursework Completed
14.3%
Associates
4.1%
Certification
2%
(98 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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