The Muse is looking for writers
The Muse is looking for more pitches as they continue to expand their coverage. They’re looking for reported features, essays, perspectives, even humor pieces (and yes, some advice articles) that shed light, provide insight, reframe, and capture zeitgeist at a moment when careers, work, and culture are shifting and evolving.
We’d love to see more ideas for reported features as well as pitches with day job–driven angles (and fewer on freelancing/why you went freelance).
ABOUT THE COMPANY
The Muse helps people navigate their entire career journey. It offers expert advice and helps users win at work—from professional advancement and skills-building to finding a job.
ABOUT THE ROLE
What are some things we’re particularly interested in right now? Fresh takes on:
- Pandemic, Great Resignation, etc.
- Boomerang employees
- Offices, hybrid work, etc.
- Mental health
- Working parents
- 4-day workweek (not as a freelancer/self-employed)
- Pay gaps
- Work culture
- Early career
WHAT TO INCLUDE IN SUBMISSION
Send me an email with subject line “Pitch: [your idea in a nutshell]” to stav.ziv [at] themuse [dot] com. Include:
- Sample headline
- Brief pitch (1-3 grafs)
- Sentence or two about you
- 2-3 clips (as similar as you have to what you’re pitching
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