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I''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''m Laurie - a writer living next to The Forgotten Forest in Deep Cove, Vancouver, Canada. Married, childless, joyful, alive in Jesus. I write to help women let go of the past and Blossom! About Me. Freelance Writing Pay Rates Newspaper and Magazine Articles 34 5 Nov, 2010 by Laurie
Here’s a list of writing jobs and pay rates for freelance writers, plus how I earned $35,000 my first year of full-time freelance writing. I thought I’d be relying on my husband for financial support, but I had no problems making money freelancing.
“If you’re a beginning freelance writer, or don’t know many other freelancers, you may wonder how anyone manages to earn enough to eat and pay the rent by writing,” says Lynn Wasnak in Writer’s Market. “Yet, smart full-time freelance writers and editors annually earn $35,000 and up – sometimes into the $150,000-200,000 range.”
“I’ve always wanted to pursue a career as a freelance writer, but given that I lack a journalism degree, I felt unqualified.”
To which I can only say: Hey. Me too. Both on the no-degree front (I’m a college dropout with a degree in nothing), and the feeling inadequate thing, too.
There are more than 500 posts on here describing various aspects of how you can make a living as a freelance writer, too. Most of them are based on my actual experience of finding and working with freelance clients, both magazines and businesses.
I have done everything short of xeroxing my client paychecks and posting them here as I share exactly how I have gotten and worked with freelance writing clients since 2008 on this blog.
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A Technical Writer earns an average salary of $57,549 per year. Experience has a moderate effect on income for this job. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years'''' experience in this career. A skill in Adobe FrameMaker is associated with high pay for this job.
Most of the time, technical writers work in offices full-time as salaried employees. They usually write instruction manuals and other documents in a way that will communicate complex, technical information in nontechnical language. They also develop, gather, and communicate technical information among customers, designers, production workers, and manufacturers.
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