Ed currently posts all temp, freelance, and full-time editorial staff and internship postings for magazines and content-based websites for free. (Yes, you heard that right. Free!)
You must include how much the job pays in your post. That means listing the hourly rate ($11 is minimum wage in New York) or the project rate (or range) the job will pay. The only exception are jobs that are clearly full-time salaried positions; we allow posters to cite those as competitive. All other postings we consider unpaid internships and need to be posted as such and we charge a $30 posting fee. This fee goes toward our scholarship for unpaid interns.
Ed now allows employers to post writing- and editing-based jobs and internships in the areas of marketing, native advertising, and branded content for print magazines (i.e., Midwest Living, Vogue, Esquire) and content-based websites (i.e., WomensHealthMag.com, Refinery29, Dr.Oz.com). Ed does not post sales or other non-editorial marketing or advertising positions.
Meanwhile, you should know: All postings are also tweeted on Ed’s Twitter feed @Ed2010News once, also free of charge. (Ed has 20,000+ followers.) Job listings will appear in their respective categories on this site and will be posted within 2 business days. All postings will automatically be removed after 6 weeks. (If you want to restrict applications before that, we advise that you include a deadline for applications in your post).
Your posting fee goes directly supports Ed’s Trust Fund which provides at least one $1,200 scholarship each semester to an unpaid intern within the magazine industry. (To read more about the Trust Fund and to encourage your own intern to apply, click here.) For no additional fee, Ed will also tweet your unpaid internship posting on Ed’s Twitter feed @Ed2010News. (Ed has 21,000 followers.) Your unpaid internship posting will appear on this site and will be posted within 2 business days. All postings will be automatically removed after 6 weeks. (If you want to restrict applications before that, we advise that you include a deadline in your post).
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