The Real Truth About The New York Times

Updated: Mar 28th, 2010

Extra! Extra! Read all About it! The New York Times Company is hiring travel writers all over the world. Travel writers who travel or live in Atlanta, Germany, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, San Antonio, Seattle, and Thailand, can become an Guide. For those with a “hunkering” for Portuguese food, you too can become an Guide. Fill out and submit the online application today! Tomorrow, write for a site that is part of The New York Times Company!

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