10 Reasons Why A Writing Profession is on the Top Career List

Writing has many advantages to any other profession in the world.  Here are the ten reasons that a Writing job is on the list for top careers in the world.  From freedom of schedules to endless opportunities, writers have the best job in the world.

1. Writing is something that allows one person to express themselves without worrying about what others think of them.  Most writers are completely nuts, myself included.  You have to be a little crazy to write fiction things about things that don’t make any sense to most people, but it might make complete sense to other writers.

2. Writers have complete freedom to do what they want.  Never before has a writer had the opportunity to go places as they do today.  Nothing to tie them down to one place.  They can always carry their family with them.  They don’t have a boss other than maybe an agent.  Then again, a writer can fire their agent.

3.  Writers have several ways to make their career profession pay.  They can write books, write articles for blogs, write engaging content for web users, write for magazines and businesses.  The list goes on and on.

4. Writing is a reward in itself.  Freedom to escape stress from outside forces.  Writers enjoy what they write about.  Writing is not considered a job to them.

5. Writers can make more social contacts than most other professionals.  There are so many forums that invite writers to express themselves.  Bloggers and other website users invite writers to add content.  They can add contacts from around the globe.

6. Writers have the ability to touch people’s lives.  There is no other career out there where a person can touch people around the world more than a writer can.

7. Writers can write anywhere.   They can write from the comfort of their home or at a restaurant.  They can write while waiting in line to pay their bills.

8. Low cost advantages to the profession of writing.  Writers can use paper, pens, napkins, toilet tissue, anything to write on.  They can borrow their child’s crayons to write with.

9. Writers can set their own hours.  They don’t have a nine to five job.  They can sleep in or they can go to bed early if they want.  They are not tied to a schedule of any kind.

10. Last of all, writers have the opportunity of making a lot of money.  I didn’t say all writers are rich, but some are.  There is no limit to how much a writer can make.  They do not have a set hourly wage.

Hope you have enjoyed this blog post about the writing profession.  Here are a few post about writing that I think you might enjoy. 

http://www.thebarefootwriter.com/  

http://poewar.com/glossary-of-writing-careers/ 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2011/09/12/the-ten-happiest-jobs/ –

http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Happy-Ending—Love-Conquers-All-Or-Thoughts-on-Fiction-Writing-After-Dialoguing-With-My-Dog&id=965018

 

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Harold Gardner
    Mar 21, 2013 @ 16:47:17

    Because writers are writing the list?

    Reply

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