Interview Request – People With Jobs Needed for Quips and Tips Blog

Do you have a job, and can I feature you in a short article about it? I’m starting my sixth Quips and Tips blog, called Quips and Tips From the Working World.  And, I need to interview people who work for a living (which means you — unless you’re extremely lucky!).

This new Quips and Tips blog focuses on jobs and careers. Instead of job descriptions, however, it’ll offer short interviews with specific people in specific occupations. Sort of like Studs Terkel’s book Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do — but shorter, snappier, more current. It’s a blog, after all!

If you’re interested in talking about what you do, I’d love to feature you! The interview consists of 5 short questions via email. The article will end with your 1 or 2 line bio — including links to your company, blog, website, book, or whatever you’d like.  I’ll send you the link when it’s published.

If you’re interested, please say “aye” below. I’ll email you the specific questions. If you have more than one job, you’re welcome to give me different sets of answers for each occupation.

Feel free to forward this request to anyone you think would be interested!

All good things,

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14 thoughts on “Interview Request – People With Jobs Needed for Quips and Tips Blog”

  1. Hi Laurie,

    I’m a remodeling contractor with 25+ years experience, and write articles online on various home improvement topics as a hobby/sideline. You can skim my bio on my business blog to decide if you’re interested. Thanks!


  2. Hi Laurie,

    I’d be interested in participating in your interview, that is, if you’d consider someone who is self-employed. I’m a full-time freelance copywriter.

  3. Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen

    Yes, Eliskah, I’m definitely interested in talking with non-US people! I’m a non-US person myself 🙂 (Canadian)

  4. Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen

    Hi Susan and Tyler,

    I’ve emailed you. Thanks for your interest, and I look forward to learning more about your jobs!