Remote and Telecommute Writing Jobs

The terms remote and telecommute are very similar. Remote is generally used to indicate a position will almost always involve the employee working remotely while a telecommute position (sometimes called telework) could involve trips to the office for meetings. You might also be interest in the freelance jobs page. Here are the latest remote writing jobs. For more writing-related jobs return to the writing jobs homepage.

Bustle is seeking a Movies Writer. This is a remote part-time position that involves 2-3 full days per week. They are looking for a writer with extensive knowledge of pop culture, a journalism/communications or related degree and 2+ years of experience covering entertainment or celebrity writing. (Job Listing)

The New York Times is looking for an Updates Writer for The Wirecutter. The generalist position involves updating existing Wirecutter coverage in multiple categories. They are a looking for a writer with "sharp editorial skills." The job also includes scanning news coverage and working with editorial teams. Qualifications include prior experience blogging or writing about personal technology. The full-time job can be remote from select states. You can find the job listing here on careerjet. is seeking a Cryptocurrency Content Writer. The company says, "We are on the hunt for someone who can really help us to develop and own a tone of voice which will keep consistency across our content." Responsibilities include explains complicated topics and concepts to the public and researching and brainstorming to come up with new ideas. They are looking for a writer with knowledge in cryptocurrencies and blockchain. They are open to remote. You can find the job listing here on Lever.

Sharecare is looking for a Content Editor. The position involves writing and editing 7 to 10 pieces of content each week. The editor also develops content calendars, conducts interview with experts, pitches new content and more. The positions reports to the Sharecare Editorial Director. The full-time position is described as remote/work from home based out of Oahu, Hawaii. You can find the job listing here.

Binary Star is looking for a Technical Writer. The technical writer will create high-quality documentation including tutorials, online help and developer guides. They are looking for a candidate with experience working with process flows and familiarity with SDLC and software development. The job listing for the remote position says you must be able to be at client site in Bloomington, IN periodically. You can find the job listing on Glassdoor.

Bustle is looking for Lifestyle News Writers. The part-time writers are needed to create lifestyle content for 3-4 days a week during regular office hours. Bustle says the content covers categories including food, tech, health, identity, LGBTQ, viral stories and even ghosts. They are looking for writers with at least 2+ years of similar experience. Writers will work remotely. You can find the job listing here.