Do you think writing for HubPages is a good thing to add to your cv when applying for a job?
Yes, for several reasons.
1. It shows that you are using your time productively while looking for a job.
2. Companies are always looking for people who can write, and write well.
3. Some of the articles posted here could prove relevant to the jobs you are looking for, which impresses potential employers, and might just get you that job.
Good points, Joanwz. I would just add that, of course, it depends on what type of job you are applying for. If it is a creative job, then it would certainly help.
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