Don't agonize over what to italicize or how to correctly punctuate sentences. Instead, use your time to research, collect data, and prepare a working draft of your paper, and let your APA editor attend to the nitty-gritty details of polishing your paper. Surprise your faculty advisor or committee by submitting a well-crafted APA paper. You will spend a few dollars--but you will not waste hours trying to find the sentence in the APA manual that explains how to cite references downloaded from the Internet or whether to write "percent" or insert its symbol. Hire an APA editor and avoid all the aggravation. Save time and effort; life is too short.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in English with a Communication Media concentration and a minor in Journalism. I have written, paid and unpaid, for local newspapers. I had an internship for copyediting at a local newspaper as well. I have a great attention to detail. I absolutely love proofreading and editing and have helped many people write and proofread their assignments throughout the years. I prefer the proofreading and editing, more so the editing, over writing. I am looking for an opportunity with decent pay and work that is always available. I would like to be able to work at odd hours when I cannot sleep at night, which is often, and just have some extra time. Which opportunity would you recommend for me based on this information? I’m just looking for some direction! Thank you!