Becoming a Trend Hunter Beats Filing Paperwork

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Feb 13, 2009 • References: trendhunter
Most jobs for students are downright boring. They do nothing to bolster your resume, they don’t work with your class schedule and they’re just not fun. Enter Trend Hunter, the world’s largest trend spotting site. With 6-8 million monthly views, your byline is sure to get noticed. Our online portfolios let you build your personal brand before you’ve even declared your major.

Best of all, while writing for Trend Hunter, you’ll get paid for writing about topics you’re already interested in, like art, fashion, music, pop culture, travel, food, activism, marketing, and politics. It’s one of the best jobs for students around.

Trend Hunter has been featured or cited by MTV, The Economist, CNN (2x), CBC (3x), T3 (4x), Cosmopolitan, GQ, Glamour, Entrepreneur, The Globe and Mail (2x), Entertainment Tonight (3x), FOX News (3x), The Financial Times (40x) and even the personal blog of Kanye West. You won’t have the opportunity for a similar distinction while restocking the library shelves or working at some of the other dull jobs for students on campus.

It’s easy to get started. Just sign up at the link below and start writing. Typical posts involve 2-3 unique paragraphs and pictures or video. Better yet, the content is fun. Our audience craves the latest in fashion, technology, design, advertising, innovation and modern art, so you don’t have to be limited to any one category. Ditch the standard jobs for students and join Trend Hunter here. Stats for Writing Jobs for Students Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 2,599 clicks in 380 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Writing Jobs For Students
Related: 62 examples / 48 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55
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