Every week, we scour the web for every job posting of interest to the travel writers on our email list.
These aren’t always strictly travel (we know you all have many interests and writing subject matter expertise areas, and that’s a great way to diversify your income!), and we always kick in the quirkiest–and simply bad a$$est–jobs we turn up as well.
If you’re not already receiving our weekly jobs list, which is exclusively put together with love each week for those on our email list–also the best way to head about our FREE one-hour travel writing webinar each week and get exclusive discounts, you can check out a sample here below.
Travel Writing Jobs
Please note: All job listings are live when we compile the list to send it to you, but we are not responsible for the positions listed and cannot answer questions about the jobs or connect you to an expired post that is no longer available at its original source. We do not specifically endorse any jobs in this listings, but have chosen them to best fit the varying needs of the diverse writers on our list.
- Thrillist: Travel Staff Writer
- George Washington’s Mount Vernon: Digital Writer
- AFAR: Social Media Manager (surprisingly, this is a brand new position for the magazine, so you’d get a lot of say in strategy)
- The New York Times: Social Report Residency
- U.S. News & World Report: Editor, Consumer Advice
- Modern Luxury: Assistant Digital Editor
- Thrillist: New York Editor and Temporary New York Editor
- Bethesda Magazine: Managing Editor
- Ink (publisher of United’s Hemipsheres and Rhapsody, as well as Amtrak’s The National): Editorial Intern
- WanderGoGo: Travel Gear Writer
- Duffler.com: Freelance Blogger
- IB Publishing : Write About Your City
- Website Unknown: Event Planning Blogger
- Peaceful Dumpling : Recipe Creator
- Website Unknown : Outdoor Sports Content Writer</a
- The Vacation Times: Blogger
- Mommy Poppins: Freelance Writer to Cover Long Island
- Radio Free Europe: Central Asia Correspondent
- My favorite non-travel writing jobs of the week: A leading Japanese newspaper is also seeking a Washington-based reporter, the Seattle Times is looking for a business reporter to cover the future of work, St. Louis Public Radio needs an editor to lead a four-person team, the GoDaddy blog is looking for freelancer writers on small business topics, Haute Living needs a freelance luxury blogger for its new site for (or about?) toddlers, Kirkus needs a book reviewer as does SparkNotes.