Join Wonder’s Community of Freelance Writers!(FAQs and details below)

"Starter promotion: Applications received in the next 24 hours will receive a $20 starter bonus for your first successfully completed job. Get started today!

Join Wonder’s rapidly growing network of freelance writers and GET PAID TO LEARN!

Wonder (askwonder.com) is a personal research assistant, helping people save time by getting detailed
answers and custom resources delivered right to their inboxes by a trusted network of researchers. Our
clients include Tier 1 consulting firms, VCs, and marketing agencies.

We are currently looking for freelancers with exceptional writing skills to join Wonder's research team. You’ll choose where and when you want to work, get paid to write up research using pre-compiled source lists, learn about new topics, and develop your professional skills. You can set your own schedule, and you’ll get paid for each writing job you complete successfully.
With potential earnings of $15-25/hour based on flat-fee project work, why not get started today?

Here are some examples of questions our clients have asked recently:
How many times are people interrupted by push notifications?
What is the breakdown of how Americans consume media in 2017?
How many men play roller hockey in North America?
What are 5 new trends in online food ordering?

THE PERKS
Write in your free time and as often as you'd like
Sharpen your writing skills and build up your resume
Join a network of like-minded people in an active global community of independent researchers
Earn money working from anywhere
Learn about new industries and access a growing database of original research

APPLICATION
To apply, please continue to our online application available here: https://goo.gl/forms/R43Godt5ipeCQ7r63
The application will provide some basic information about Wonder, walk you through some review questions about the Wonder writing process, and ask to you write a mock research brief.

Applications received in the next 24 hours will receive a $20 starter bonus for your first successfully completed job.

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