‘USA Today’ Is Hiring A Beyoncé Reporter
Are you a writer who loves Beyoncè? Well, USA Today has a job opening that might be of interest to you. USA Today posted the job listing on LinkedIn. The listing asks for a reporter to “identify why the star’s influence continues to expand and the effect it is having on the music and business worlds. ” It further says, “The successful candidate also will tap into stories about the Beyhive, her protective fanbase that propels the image and relevance of the artist.”
As for geographic requirements, the job position is remote, and you can work from anywhere in the United States except for Alaska and Hawaii. If you prefer an in-person work environment and live near any of the local newsrooms that is also an option. The reporter must also be willing (and legally allowed) to travel internationally.
To apply, USA Today requires you to put together a single document file that includes the following, in this order:
– Your written resume – one to two pages.
– A video cover letter that tells us via video why you are great for this role.
– Links to 4-8 online samples of your work. Show what you’ve produced or had a hand in that best reflects what you can do in your desired role.
They’ve also listed the pay which will be based on the reporter’s previous experience but will range between $21.63 and $50.87 per hour.
For more information about the job listing, click here.
Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour kicked off in May. The tour went to Paris, Stockholm, London, and more before coming to the United States. She has since hit cities including Boston, Chicago, Miami, New Jersey, and more. This is Beyonce’s first tour since her 2018 On The Run II Tour with Jay-Z for their album Everything Is Love. It is also her first solo tour since 2016, when she toured for Lemonade.