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Call For Writers On Tom’s Hardware

Tom’s Hardware is looking for a few good men and women to join our news team.

If you have expertise and a passion for enthusiast tech and can deliver clean, high-quality writing on everything from new products to insightful analysis to event coverage to deep-dives and more, we need to talk. We’re looking for talented people to contribute to most of our categories, including:

CPUsGPUsStorageMotherboardsCases/CoolingSystemsMemoryMonitorsKeyboards/MiceVirtual reality / Augmented reality / Mixed realityOperating SystemsDeveloping/New Technologies

These are freelance, paid positions. We’re looking for daily contributors, although we’re also interested in longer-form content that even those who keep day jobs, but have specific areas of expertise, can produce. You can work remotely from anywhere in the world, as long as you have an internet connection. There may be opportunities for travel for those who are up for it and have the best of skills.

There are no strict criteria concerning age or experience or education, but you do need to be able to produce timely, high-quality content.

If you’re interested in working for Tom’s Hardware, fill out this form and let us know how you think you can contribute. Be sure to include links to work that you think shows your best stuff.

In case you missed it one sentence ago: Apply here.

  • desuemery
    Is there perhaps some kind of apprenticeship or internship Tom's has? I know a fair bit above average, but not sure if I know enough to be writing articles without catching heat.
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  • carlbrooks
    How does this work? Would I receive hardware to write about?
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  • scolaner
    20238789 said:
    Is there perhaps some kind of apprenticeship or internship Tom's has? I know a fair bit above average, but not sure if I know enough to be writing articles without catching heat.

    No, I'm afraid there isn't such a program. However, your concern about catching heat--that's partly why there are editors. Also, catching heat is just part and parcel of this gig. ;)
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  • scolaner
    20239984 said:
    How does this work? Would I receive hardware to write about?

    If you review hardware, yes. But it's not like you get free stuff to keep. Sometimes the gear goes back to the company that sends it. Sometimes we hang onto it in our labs for later comparison testing.
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  • scolaner
    Thanks to all who have submitted information. We've had a great number of responses and are going through them all, but it will take us some time. That is to say, silence on our end doesn't mean we're ignoring you. :)
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