Freelance Investing Writer for U.S. News & World Report

Posted By David Wilhite

Job Description: U.S. News & World Report, a publisher of news and information that empowers people to make better, more informed decisions about important issues affecting their lives, is actively seeking multiple, experienced contract/freelance business and finance writers to expand the breadth of content available at U.S. News is based in Washington, D.C., but contractors/freelancers will work remotely.

We are looking for contract writers with expertise in investing, stocks, finance, Wall Street, ETFs and mutual funds to contribute feature articles weekly for U.S. News’ online report and for its global partners. Stories would be a healthy mix of forward-looking topical analysis and evergreen news-you-can-use features.

Contractors/Freelancers will know how to write for the Web, with a talent for consumer-focused articles aimed at an audience of novice and experienced investors. Our online articles, typically 700-1,100 words, will explore investment trends and offer actionable advice for readers looking to make informed decisions about their investment portfolios. We do not write about earnings reports or cover investor conferences, but contractors/freelancers should be comfortable reading financial reports, balance sheets and be familiar in using online finance tools such as, and

How to Apply: Apply online HERE. Please include your resume and at least two writing clips that demonstrate your expertise.



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