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Adam Hardy

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Experienced journalist and content writer

About Me

Hi, I'm Adam Hardy, and I’m a dabbler. I'm a multi-faceted writer with experience in journalism, copywriting and branded content writing. My work has been featured in numerous international publications, including the Asia Times, Business Insider, the Penny Hoarder, Transnational Magazine, and Verge Magazine. In my free time, I’m usually searching for my next coffee. I also like to write music and read comics.

Industries I Write About

Higher Education

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International Affairs

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Public Policy

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Writing & Editing

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Newspapers

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Leisure & Travel

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Financial Services

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Music

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My Writing Samples

Don’t forget the grim plight of North Korea’s citizens

An op-ed piece about the peace summit held between North and South Korea published by the Asia Times

http://www.atimes.com/dont-forget-the-grim-plight-of-north-koreas-citizens/

How This Teacher Traveled Abroad and Still Saved Up $1k Per Month

A personal finance piece about how I saved money while teaching English abroad in South Korea published by The Penny Hoarder

https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/life/teaching-in-south-korea/

Aesop Rock Announces New LP, “The Impossible Kid,” Shares Music Video and Song, “Rings”

A song review for "Rings" by Aesop Rock originally published by Suburban Apologist

https://hardyjournalism.wordpress.com/2016/03/05/aesop-rock-announces-new-lp-the-impossible-kid-shares-music-video-and-song-rings/

Explore the Movie Scene of Winnipeg with These 4 Sights

A branded content listicle written as part of a campaign on Copy Press.

https://www.tenthousandstrangers.com/movie-scene-of-winnipeg/

Experience

Reporter | Editorial Assistant

I write and research articles for one of America's largest personal finance websites, specializing in work-from-home jobs and career advice.

Company: The Penny Hoarder

I worked there from 6/2018 until now

Outreach & Program Assistant

Managing Editor of USF’s travel blog; launched a student recruiter program, which incorporates student advising, a call center, workshops, presentations and marketing campaigns to reach over 50,000 students

Company: University of South Florida | Education Abroad

I worked there from 11/2015 until 11/2016

Police Records Researcher

Worked as public records researcher, helping index every use of a firearm by Florida law enforcement for an investigative story led by Pulitzer Prize-finalist Ben Montgomery of the Tampa Bay Times. "Why Cops Shoot" won the first place National Headliner Award for Journalistic Innovation

Company: Tampa Bay Times

I worked there from 1/2015 until 4/2015

Editorial Intern

Wrote articles and blogs about music, art and politics; collaborated with the other editors as well as the editor in chief to provide creative ideas and content

Company: Creative Loafing

I worked there from 1/2015 until 4/2015

Copywriter | Public Service Committee, Chairman

Wrote copy, press releases and email marketing as part of a year-long, pro-bono ad campaign for a local non-profit, Where Love Grows.

Company: Ad 2 Tampa Bay

I worked there from 7/2016 until 7/2017

Copy Editor, Blog Editor, Fiction Panelist

Edit copy and adjust format errors for each print magazine; select and judge large volumes of fiction stories for literary excellence; wrote weekly blogs via Driftwood Press’ Sea Log (online blog)

Company: Driftwood Press Literature Magazine

I worked there from 8/2013 until 12/2016

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

Why's it important to study abroad?

More and more people are getting degrees. After graduation, a bachelor's degree alone is no long enough to land a good job right off the bat. But studying abroad can really separate students from the pack. It's as much of a practical decision as it is appealing for undergrads and graduate students today. I know this from experience. I studied abroad as an undergrad, then went into the international education industry as an adviser then as an ESL teacher in South Korea.

Content type: Article

Keywords: Study Abroad,Studying Abroad,Higher Education,International Education,International,Education,Education Abroad

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