Hiring: Case Study Writer (Subcontracting, Remote OK)

BY Joel Klettke
February 12, 2021

Thanks for your interest in working with us!

After 90+ applications, this position is now closed and we’re in the evaluation stage.

As you can imagine, that many applications is a lot for our tiny team to go through, so responding to everyone who applied will not be possible. Any time we open up a writing role, we’ve always got the burden of too many great and qualified candidates (lucky us!)

If we’re interested in working together, we’ll be the ones to connect. 

With gratitude,

The Case Study Buddy Team

 

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