There has never been an easier time to get your writing out to the masses; it is just a case of knowing where to start and what to do. Here is my pick of the 5 best content platforms for maximum exposure
Article by Michael M.
Going into your first year of uni? Feeling nervous? It’s not as scary as you think, and in fact there are a dazzling array of potential experiences, opportunities and relationships awaiting you over the horizon. So don’t be afraid, now is the time to start getting excited!
Article by Rachel J.
There are those who say that there is no money in writing, especially in the digital era when the volume of free editorial content is near limitless. It remains possible to build yourself a writing career, though, and there is good money to be made from the written word for those with the skill to spin a sentence on a sixpence and no aversions to hard graft.
Article by Jessica.
So, you love to write, but is building a career in words really a feasible option? If you have a deep-seated love of language, a sprinkling of natural flair and talent plus a steely determination, then the answer is yes. But times are tough out there in the job market, especially in the creative industries, and you’re going to have fight exceptionally hard if you’re to build your dream writing career…
The world of work can seem like a scary place. Most students, by the end of second or third year, are forced to think about their career options, and making their mark on the jobs market. You’re going to need all the help you can get to get the job of your dreams; luckily, there are ways you can be proactive and make yourself stand out from the crowd!
Article by Naomi
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Like many other arts degrees, English doesn’t have many career-specific skills unless you plan to become an author, so it can sometimes feel like there are both too few and too many career options out there. To help you focus your efforts, here’s some handy career advice for English graduates.
Article by Alex Brakspear