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MoneyWeek is looking for a new writer for the website. If you are interested in economics, finance, investing, or just in money in any context – and you can write – we’d like to meet you.

You may have noticed that we’ve redesigned the MoneyWeek website. We are now looking for a web writer with a keen interest in and knowledge of investing and personal finance, to help us create more content (from stories to podcasts to videos), come up with ideas, update our existing content to keep it “evergreen”, monitor the topics that are driving traffic, help our web editor to upload and optimise new and existing content, proofread and set up our daily newsletter, and keep an eye on social media – among other things. 

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You’ll be working closely with our executive editor and our website editor to cover the big news on a daily basis, to identify areas of focus for more in-depth features and hub pages, and to maintain features that require regular updating. In the longer run there’s a great deal of scope to shape the role according to your skills, and to develop your own profile as a writer. Find out more about the role and apply here https://www.dennis.co.uk/opportunity/?gh_jid=4641647002

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