Guest Posts

Thank you for your interest to provide a guest post on This site is student-friendly and there are strict content requirements to ensure it remains a great experience for users (especially students). YourFreeCareerTest also wants to respect the time of guest posters, so listed is some guidance to help you get your post accepted.

Career Interviews Accepted lists hundreds of careers, along with information about those careers, that our audience uses for career research. You can expand on any of those careers by submitting a career expert interview. The interview content must be unique and not reposted elsewhere. This would provide the opportunity to link to a company website and guest posters are welcome their author information to place at the end of the interview as well.


A career interview should:

  • Be at least be 500 words
  • Be educational and informative
  • Be unique (not reposed elsewhere)

It’s Easy: Fill out and Submit this Career Interview Form

Here is the Career Interview Form you can fill out to submit your content.

You can submit up to 1 link on the career interview. NOTE: Please ensure this does not link to a page with advertisements, ranking pages, or any other sales content. This is important as your post will be rejected.

Career interviews that will be rejected:

  • Content that contains opinionated info or is a sales pitch
  • Content that ‘ranks’ products, colleges, or other items
  • Content with little educational value
  • Content that does not align with the content provided on
  • Content that is poorly written
  • Content that strays from a career interview

There may be other reasons for a post to be rejected and as posts are rejected, this list will be updated to provide as clear of guidance as possible to respect your time. However, if the career article sticks to information about the career and is educational in nature, you should be good.


If the content submitted is accepted, has the right to edit the interview for spelling and grammar. Most often this is for quality, readability, and consideration to our audience. Any link however, will not be edited without contacting the guest poster first. Links are the first item checked for quality when a guest poster submits.


If you provide imagery for your article (perhaps the business you are writing for), please ensure has the right to post the image and provide us the copyright information. Showcasing a diverse workforce in imagery is extremely important as well.

Thank you for your interest and thank you for providing valuable, educational content for our audience.

Exit mobile version