Category: Writing-based career

Writing-based career descriptions

Career Profile: Screenwriter

Career Profile: Screenwriter

As the name implies, a Screenwriter writes scripts for the film and entertainment industry.  It is considered a glamorous job. Some of the famous writers include David Mamet and M. Night Shyamalam. This is a very hard-to-penetrate career. It is highly competitive. It is also one that can be very highly paid. To be successful …

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Career Profile: Fashion Magazine Editor

Career Profile: Fashion Magazine Editor

Fashion Magazines are very popular with females.  Many women (and some men) are very fashion and trend conscious and will read such publications to keep themselves up-to-date with the latest trends and styles. Popular Fashion publications include Elle Girl, Vogue. Other countries magazines include Japanese ones such as  CanCam, Classy and AneCan. A Fashion Magazine …

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Career Profile: Appraiser

Career Profile: Appraiser

An appraiser’s work is about examining works of art, artifacts in order to determine their value. The work often require expertise and knowledge in the subject being examined. The more common types of appraisers are: 1. Fine art appraiser. They must be able to judge the value of art works by style, brush stroke and …

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Career Profile: Technical Writer

Career Profile: Technical Writer

This career is a marriage between technical expertise and writing ability. The career profile for the Technical Writer will be described here. He is in charge of the design, production, maintenance and updates of technical documentation. His job includes analyzing technical products with the hardware and software development teams, thereafter presenting and publicizing the product. …

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Career Profile: Literary Agent

Career Profile: Literary Agent

 A Literary Agent can be a writer’s best friend. This article describes the career profile of Literary Agent. A Literary agent reads a writer’s manuscript and determine whether to accept the writer as a client. A literary agent guides the accepted writer with regards to ideas for the manuscript. He may suggest changes. A Literary …

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