How can a programmer get freelance/teleworking jobs without working full-time for a company?
It seems almost too obvious to state: advertise your skills/education/experience/availability and be ready to provide samples of your work, references. and expectations. Ask for interviews, have a professional resume ready that divides a single sheet from top right to bottom left with the most important features on the lefthand side triangle, especially anything you have done which saved money or made money or both for a previous employer.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts9 years ago
Help - some gratuitous advice is needed! Background: I'm 44, I have worked, at least part-time since I was 15, I went to uni, graduated and then either worked or travelled full-time for the next 20+ years. ...
by Emma Kisby4 years ago
Would it be possible for me to live the dream and freelance full time?As a working Mother, all I wish to do is give up the day job and be around more for my child and family. I work shift patterns, not knowing when I...
by workerbee1237 years ago
I started a company and was also working full time for another one when they laid me off. Am I...allowed to collect unemployment benefits and still own my business and make money in my business?
by Sandra M. Urquhart7 years ago
What is the difference in gardening for visual pleasure and gardening to grow food? Is there a difference in technic?
by linda squire7 years ago
why are we paying for health insurance with our employer when you cant use it for any...preexsisying condition in my case that is everytime i need to see a doctor do i have to die because i can not be covered
by Junipie7 years ago
I am take my girl on a trip to cincinanti with all our closet friends. Its is for her birthday...wekend saturday we have a nice hotel going to the mall a festivel then out to dinner at primavista..from there out to a...
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