Please find client testimonials and a selection of published writing samples below. Many more clips on a variety of topics available upon request.
Felecia Stratton, Editor-in-Chief, Inbound Logistics
"If you are a busy editor like I am, finding and vetting good freelance writers can be a headache. You can avoid that pain by hiring Jason McDowell. I had the pleasure of working with Jason both as a full time writer and a contributing editor and I cannot recommend him highly enough. He has the ability to disseminate complicated, technical information in an engaging, understandable way. His writing is crisp and clean and needs little editing. And a bonus: Jason never misses a deadline. Do yourself a favor, hire Jason McDowell today."
Matthew Kosinski, Managing Editor, Recruiter Today
"Hiring Jason to write for us was one of the best decisions we made. We've had trouble in the past with unreliable freelancers who left us in the lurch or took months to write a few simple articles, but we don't have to worry about any of that with Jason. He's a reliable writer who turns content around quickly, and he has required zero coaching from us. He understood what we were looking for right away, and he's never turned in a single article that needed extensive revisions or rewriting. It's really difficult to find talented freelance writers. We were lucky to find Jason."
David Abney, CEO of UPS and Frederick W. Smith, CEO of FedEx, co-authored an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, imploring the White House to take concrete action in several areas, lest the United States let opportunities for economic growth pass by. While acknowledging that they are "fierce competitors," the letter states that U.S. companies must "stand shoulder to shoulder on the need to make government policies more equitable, growth-oriented, and simple."
I ’m supposed to be offended. That’s what Twitter, Facebook and multiple conservative news outlets are all telling me. Why? Because I’m a veteran, and I’m told kneeling on the sidelines of a football game somehow disrespects me. I guess I don’t see it.
The veteran community is as diverse as it is large. As of 2016, there were 21.8 million veterans living in the United States, according to the Census Bureau. There are veterans of every race, religion, sexual identity and sexual orientation. Each of us has our own opinions.
Oh no. The dreaded four-o'clock meeting. Your employees have worked hard all day interacting with clients, implementing ideas, and responding to countless phone calls and emails. It's only ten minutes into the meeting and you're already losing them. Someone is nodding off in the corner. At least two more aren't hearing a word you're saying. Everyone at the table is watching the second hand on the clock tick by.
Inbound Logistics surveys the logistics technology market to discover the latest trends and determine which providers are pioneers in their field.
As much as recruiting and hiring have changed over the years, a couple things have stayed constant and are likely to remain so: Recruiters want to know what candidates are looking for, and candidates want to make sure they don’t mess up the interview.
Do Veterans Need College Degrees to Enter the Workforce?
Veterans usually leave military service with a stockpile of G.I. Bill benefits to help them pursue an education — but should they use these benefits?
Security. Transparency. Efficiency. These buzzwords have circled the supply chain for years as consumers demand more responsible supply chains, forcing shippers and providers to explore new ways to make these terms reality.
Despite what you may have heard, millennials aren’t so different from previous generations. Sure, they have a strong tendency to put their foot down when they don’t like something about their employer’s business practices, but is that really so bad?