Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Hiring Writers

Howdy All,

Alex over at Academic Composition is hiring writers.  It's a great way to work on a beach in Thailand or traveling Europe while making decent coin.  Here are the details:

1. Considerable experience writing college papers. While a college degree
is not necessary, I'll need some evidence that they are capable of doing
quality academic work.
2. Ability to write over 50 pages per week on any subject other than STEM.
3. Willingness to thoroughly with all of the professor's requirements.

What's in it for the writer?

1. Minimal compensation: $10 per page, but my full-time writers generally
earn between $600 and $700 per week.
2. Flexible work hours, no rigid schedule. All it matters is that you
complete all of the work you take on. Yes, I would prefer to have a writer
who outputs 50 pages per week, but quality writers are hard to find. Hence,
I am willing to work with anyone who does good work on time.
3. Prospects for a higher pay-out. Full-time writers have been the pivotal
factor behind the recent growth of Academic Composition. Hence, it is very
likely that my per page rate compensatory rate will soon increase.
4. Managerial responsibilities. Full-time writers can procure additional
compensation by managing part-timers.

Aleksey Bashtavenko
Academic Composition
Owner & Principal Writer
(540) 300-1253


Sean Carnegie said...

Aleksey is good people. I don't write but advertise for him. Pays on time, easy to interact with.

Anonymous said...

And this is part of the problem we have with higher education's failure to properly prepare college graduates with the skills necessary for the real workplace. Why do the work when you can buy it?

In the professional world Alex is one notch higher than the drug dealer at the elementary school playground.


Anonymous said...

That's not particularly good pay for that volume of writing. Even if you were a power-house, the best you could hope for working full-time and 60 hours a week is around $30K a year. He's only ever going to be able to hire kids at that rate.

Aleksey said...

A good writer can produce three pages per hour. Even with just five hours of productive work per day, that's 15 pages per day or 75 pages per week and 300 per month. That's 3000 per month or $36,000 per year. Many of our main writers choose to work six or seven days a week and they earn well over $40,000.

As our business expands, we encounter new opportunities to increase rates for our main writers. Hence, $40,000 is closer to what a full-time writer can expect with us and that figure is likely to increase in the future.