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The Market Heats Up For Fulltime Bloggers

By Alexander Russo — March 20, 2007 1 min read

The AFT, Ed Sector, and Alliance For School Choice aren’t the only organizations that have decided that blogs might be a good way to go, and the Washington Monthly, Washington Post, Ed Week, and Pre-K Now aren’t the only folks who’ve decided to look outside their staff for a blogger.

However, things are really heating up now. I just got a call from someone looking to fill a full-time (salary, benefits) blogging gig based in DC for a large and reputable public-interest organization. Wow. If it was focused on education, I might do it. Except for that living in DC part.

Email me if you think that’s you -- journalist, policy wonk, blogger. Must know health, education, other domestic social programs (Social Security).

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