Of the many top-tier motorcycle publications online, Motorcycle.com (aka Motorcycle Online) might just have the most dedicated group of followers (who often refer to themselves as MOrons, playing off Motorcycle Online. They’ve recently announced that they’re looking for a new Associate Editor. So if you’ve always wondered what it would be like to work in the motorcycle industry, here’s your chance to find out.
This opening is for someone fresh out of (or barely out of) college, as opposed to someone who’s been working for decades and needs to support a family. So this post won’t apply to all of you, but I hope some of you are inspired to give it a shot. You’ll work long hours but you’ll meet some fantastic people and get to play with a lot of great (and a couple not-so-great) bikes.
They are currently accepting applications centered around your ability to handle a set of 10 criteria. The world of motorcycle journalism has evolved – nowadays you can’t just write, you also have to take photos, film videos, and even be comfortable on the other side of the camera to present vidoes. It’s not easy, but it’s rewarding to get to be around motorcycles all day, every day.
Photos from Motorcycle.com.