I was asked to write a few words about myself so there we go: English teacher according to my degree and aspiring journalist by inclination. I have had several pieces published but was never paid…Continue
"Dear Franco, I am very much interested in what is happenning in Bulgaria as well as other Balkan countries because it will affect us all in the end.
I am not a professionally trained journalist, rather self taught, but I can help you with…"
"Hi Katy, first of all, never give up because you never know what's around the corner. And keep getting your articles published, even for free, so you can build a profile as a journalist.Apply to newspapers as a freelancer, they usually pay per…"
"Hello Saadia - as a new pensioner at 58 I thought I could earn some extra money doing what I like most. I dont know if I will succeed but enjoy the process anyway.
I dont know how to use this site very well but you can visit my blog for a better…"
"Hello Jacub. You seen to have had the carreer I always dreamed about but never dared to go for. Good for you. I suppose you never had a problem working as a freelancer. In Greece it is somehow understood that freelancers never get paid!!! I dont…"
"Hello dear Nicolatos
I read about you that you like journalism and write as well but don't worry if you didn't get any penny but in future you can get more and more .I really love to know about your country and…"
"Thanks for the welcome Yuliya. I am afraid that I cannot really help with Tunis. It is a terra incognita to me. On the other hand I am really interested in Ukraine. It is 25 years since the Chernobyl accident - what is hapenning in Kiev? Care to…"
I was asked to write a few words about myself so there we go: English teacher according to my degree and aspiring journalist by inclination. I have had several pieces published but was never paid for one. Anyone who can supply ideas for a paid job? It is becoming quite a rare asset these days. My interest is international news but also like to inform people about what is hapenning in Greece in reality.See More
"Good day to you!
Happy to welcome you here at Journalist Community!
Hope you'll find a lot of friends here!
I have much interest in talking with you directly regarding situation in Tunis. Can we do that?"
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