Working at Your Own Pace  

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Anyone that knows me, knows that I absolutely love blogging. Its a great way to do what I love, talking. Imagine my joy when I saw this great group of blogging jobs:
Digital Media and Technology
Linux Blogger
Internet Marketing
There are so many opportunities in the field of blogging. The smaller money can add up to big money and lets face it, all money will pay a bill. Have you ever given thought to starting your own blog? If so, check out my tips section and get blogging! Blogging allows you to work at your own pace and provides a great outlet for those who cannot work at home using a telephone. If blogging is not for you, feel free to explore the many leads provided each day.

Sales @ Pitney Bowes
Real Estate Data Entry
Staples in Baton Rouge
Tech Support
Bill Review
Insurance Sales
QA Reviewers Atlanta

If you guys think that those links are awesome wait until you find out what is up to now: is celebrating its 11th year anniversary. This is an exciting opportunity to make a difference with a rapidly growing company which is at a pivotal juncture in its history. Our audience has grown rapidly to 7MM home cooks monthly. We need an exceptional leader with the vision, experience, and drive to help us accomplish our goals. is located in Seattle, WA in the SODO area, and is part of the Readers Digest Association family of businesses.
Reader’s Digest Association is the world’s leading food publisher with businesses centering on magazine and book publishing, nationwide cooking schools and interactive media.
REPORTS TO: International – Content Manager, Seattle WA
Recipe editors apply food knowledge, knowledge of Japan, and a passion for food and accuracy to publish content to the web.

• Edits , translates and publishes recipes
• Localizes content, ingredients, measurements and vocabulary for Japanese audience
• Categorizes recipes
• Performs recipe and food-related research


•• Bilingual in Japanese and English.
• Must have thorough experiential knowledge of Japanese lifestyle, cuisine, metrics, and cooking terms
• Experienced in home and/or industry cooking
• High attention to detail
• Excellent writing and editing techniques.
• Strong analytical and organizational skills.
• Ability to problem solve and prioritize tasks both independently and in a team setting.
• Proficiency with MS Word, MS Excel and Outlook. Experience using Internet for research
• Culinary degree or food industry experience; excellent grammar skills
• Lawfully permitted to work in the U.S.

We offer flexible hours, and casual, friendly work environment. To apply, please send resume and cover email to jobs (at)

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