Who can contribute
We are always on the lookout for smart, talented individuals, who can provide insightful articles on job-seeking, career development, recruitment & HR practices.
If you can demonstrate that you have a good level of expertise in this field, then we’d be happy to review your guest post. We welcome both professionals from the HR field, as well as freelance writers interested in sharing their wisdom with our readers.
Why should you write for us
Build relationships with industry professionals
We are an up-and-coming platform dedicated to becoming the ultimate job-seekers’ guide. Our editors have extensive experience in the HR field and are always happy to exchange ideas with other passionate individuals from the recruiting industry.
Grow your portfolio
If you are looking to make a name for yourself as a career expert, but haven’t published any articles before, this is a great opportunity for you to get your voice heard and have your content delivered in front of a large audience. Most of the times, gaining credibility as a professional requires publishing well-substantiated pieces. If you are eager to share your knowledge in writing and feel you can provide useful information to job-seekers, then you’ve come to the right place.
Promote your website
If you have a blog or a publication that you would like to promote, we’d be happy to include a link to it in your article, as long as it is not self-promotional and provides value to our readers.
What kind of guest posts are we looking for
Job Descriptions Wiki currently accepts the following types of content:
- Guides for job-seekers
- News-related articles
- Analysis of the job market and/or current recruitment trends
Here are a few of the topics that we’d be interested in:
- Job-seeking advice
- Career development
- Resume writing tips
- Letter of intent writing tips
- Recruitment trends
- Recruitment tips
- Interviewing tips
- Employee management
- Job-search tools & tactics
- Relevant career news
How to pitch your guest post to us
Please note that we do NOT accept articles without first approving the topic. If you wish to be considered as a contributor, please send us an e-mail at miya[dot]stuart[at]jobdescriptionswiki[dot]com with a short introduction of yourself, your professional background, and 2-3 topic suggestions. If you have any articles that you’ve previously published, we would love to take a look at them.
How to get published on Job Descriptions Wiki
If you would like to get published on our website, your guest post should be high-quality, offer valuable insight to our target audience (which is mostly comprised of job-seekers), and provide current and relevant information from the recruitment field.
We encourage all our contributors to respond to reader comments and participate in any discussions that may arise after the publication of your guest post. We have a great deal of respect for our audience and, as such, we believe that polite and civilized debates are essential to our growth as a publication and to your development as a career professional.
We would like to thank you in advance for deciding to have your content featured on our website and apologize if we are unable to respond to your e-mail immediately. We currently receive a large number of submissions, so please be patient while we review your application. We aim to respond to every e-mail within 14 calendar days. If you haven’t received a reply from us in two weeks, that means your application was unsuccessful.
Once we’ve accepted your topic suggestion, you may then send us your article in a Word doc or Google doc format.
After you’ve submitted your article, one of our editors will carefully review your submission and notify you by e-mail if and when your post has been scheduled for publication. Please keep in mind that if your content is not suitable enough, we may ask you to make a few revisions.
NOTE: Sending us your article does not guarantee publication.