WWE Is Looking For More Writers

Have you always wanted to write for Vince McMahon? 

Well, I'm sure there are a few of you, so this job listing WWE put up on their site may be up your alley. Key responsibilities, according to the listing, include:

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- Develop and create storylines

-Collaborate with road and home based writers for Raw and Smackdown

- Improve and refine storylines

- Use consumer insights and social media to deliver impactful storylines

Qualifications for the job are long:

- Five years of TV/Film writing and production experience

- TV staff experience in drama and comedy

- Writing and directing reality television is a plus

- Highly creative

- Able to work with talent/writers/producers

- Must live in the New York City/Stanford, Connecticut area

- Excellent communication

- Knowledge of WWE shows, talent and storylines

- Flexible talent schedule

- BA/BS in Film, TV, Drama, Media Studies, Communications or a similar field.

Writing for WWE sounds awesome on paper, but there are plenty of stories out there about how taxing the schedule can be, plus there's always a lot of critics out there. All the travel and drama surrounding the job turns people off, with the tenure of being a WWE writer usually having a short timespan. 

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