Have something to say on the subject of career change? Or an inspiring shift story to share?
Want to play a part in creating the world's most useful career change resource?
Here's how you can contribute.
You're a career change professional who is keen to share your knowledge
You can produce original 1,500-2,500 word articles that are well-written, practical, and speak directly to our audience (see below).
You know how to create stand-out content – strong, opinionated and compassionate pieces, backed up by real-life case studies and credible statistics (and if you're referencing or challenging the thought leaders in our space, we'll be even more impressed).
You're an author, coach, speaker or expert with significant career change experience – or if you're not one of those, you're able to write on your chosen subject with the level of knowledge and gravitas that we'd expect from one.
See our Expert Advice section for examples of what we've published recently.
For any articles that we publish, we’ll happily credit you with a short bio and link to your website.
If you fit the above guidelines, please write to our head of content Natasha, at email@example.com, with the following:
- A brief overview of your article idea (5 bullet points max)
- Previous writing samples
- A short biography
- A link to your website, if you have one
You have an inspiring career change story to share
Have you made a switch to a career you love? Do you know someone who has? Would our audience relate to the story? If so, we’d love to hear from you.
For every story that we publish, we’d also be very happy to credit you with a link to your site.
Please write to our editor Sab, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the following:
- 1-2 lines about your career change story, or the story of the person you would like to feature
- If you're submitting the story on behalf of someone else, confirmation that you have their permission to do so
Our audience is made up of bright, motivated people looking for more fulfilment in their work
- They're mid-career
- They feel stuck in the wrong job
- They're willing to doing something to change their situation
- They're looking for the best support they can find
- They want to get ideas and inspiration from other people like them who’ve successfully made shifts
We're looking forward to hearing from you!