Inhabitat is Hiring New Writers – Apply Today!

by , 12/05/14
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Do you have a way with words and a passion for design and the environment? Inhabitat is hiring dedicated writers interested in covering breaking developments in the fields of sustainable design, green architecture, clean technology, and environmental news. Our ideal candidates avidly follow developments in one or more of these fields and are able to source and write daily stories with speed, clarity, precision and wit. We’re offering a platform to broadcast your voice to millions of monthly readers around the globe as well as the ability to work from anywhere and competitive per-post pay. If you think you’d be a great new addition to the Inhabitat team, send the following information to editor [at] with the headline “New Inhabitat Writer“:

1. A cover letter telling us a bit about yourself, what your interests/specialties are, and why you would make a fantastic writer for Inhabitat.

2. Three published story clips or links to online articles you have written.

3. Three story ideas that you would like to write for Inhabitat.

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  1. alowens2013 December 6, 2014 at 1:50 pm

    What if you have recently discovered that you like to write about things you are very passionate about and only have college essays that you have written? Would those qualify? Thanks Angie Owens

  2. Lynze Milne July 26, 2013 at 3:13 pm

    Hi Inhabitat!
    Any update/status on when this opportunity closes? I sent in my resume last week, and look forward to hearing from you.


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