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How to Start Freelancer Career

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An infographic courtesy of Resume Writing Lab. A lot of students, as well as recent graduates, dream about freelancing. Certainly, there are quite a few benefits that make this career path attracting. Promises of flexible hours, location freedom, control over jobs, and profitability often make job seekers forget that freelance job is a job nonetheless. Thinking that Freelancing Career is a lot easier than a 9-to-5 job would be a mistake. To get to the top you will have to work a lot. There are numerous opportunities for freelancers but every single of them requires your time and hard work. … / Read more »




Job Safety Net: How to Start Freelancing on Your Own

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An article by contributor Eileen O’Shanassy. These days everyone needs a safety net, a way to know they have job security, and many are thinking of ways to earn extra income. With the future of the economy still uncertain and good jobs hard to come by, it is important to make your own way in the world. Starting a second career as a freelancer is one of the best ways to grow your skills, enhance your earning power, learn new things, and improve your quality of life. You do not have to give up your full-time job to succeed as … / Read more »




Perfect Career Ideas for Logical Thinkers

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An article by UK based contributor Sam Gatt. Some people are logical, and if you are a problem solver, that should influence your career choices. It is a rare gift to be curious and excited to solve problems. If you can think fast and act in the right manner, you have a valuable skill. So, what career is right for you? Well, as you might imagine, this trait opens many a door for you. Let’s take a quick look at some of your options: Building Industry You may not realize it, but the building industry is full of many logical thinkers. … / Read more »