Are you a health professional thinking about a career change but aren’t sure how to get started? Here’s how one pharmacist is making the transition to medical writing work.
If you want to be a health writer, you’ll need to decide between going freelance and getting a full-time job. So, which option would be best for you? Read on to compare the pros and cons of both.
Ready to finally hear some good news? Health writing is a stable career pathway that will survive and potentially thrive during and after this pandemic.
For freelance writers, new client relationships are exciting – but they can also be daunting, test your communication skills and place you outside of your comfort zone. That said, you can make long-lasting friendships with your clients – and, if you’re lucky, your clients can become your ‘real-life’ friends, too.
Freelance subcontracting is an effective way for writers to gain experience and grow their businesses – but, it’s not always easy. Here’s what you need to know about outsourcing your work and being a subcontractor.
So, you’ve chosen health as your writing niche. But what if I told you that health writing isn’t a niche?
Wondering how to find your first freelance writing job? Hear from 10 experts in the field, and get inspiration for your freelance journey.
Ready to take the leap and become a freelance health writer? Read on and discover everything you need to know about becoming a freelancer.
Whether you’re an aspiring or professional freelance writer, career growth is a key – and ongoing – consideration. Here are some questions to help you think about your future options.
If you’re contemplating a move from working as an employed health writer to working for yourself, it’s important to realise the magnitude of this decision. Working as a freelance health writer has the potential to change your hours, job purpose and even personal life.
How do you get experience if everyone wants someone with experience?
While confidence and perseverance are important, there are a few other mindset attributes that – I believe – will help you tremendously in your writing life.
Oh yes they did. Last week, someone contacted me looking for writers and offered $25 per 350-word article.
Here are few tips to help you manage your freelancing health writing career and your parenting obligations.
If you haven’t yet developed a business plan for client retention, it helps to have some strategies in place for securing your freelance income from your existing business.