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Lisa Mcneer
3 months ago
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I am 43 and a disabled mom and I am in desperate need of some part time work from home. I was cleaning houses and babysitting to make ends meet. But because of covid-19 I am out of work. Please if anyone can help! #work from home #freelance #art #proofreader #photographer #advice

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Timothy Wilson
over 4 years ago
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Accounts Payable

Which sites have you used for freelancing?

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Al Dauray
about 4 years ago
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Future work in Graphics Art Field for someone over 65 with Experience on Mac and Adobe software.

After freelancing for 20 years, and not being a good salesman hard to find part time work.

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Theresa Smallwood
over 3 years ago
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Finally resort to doing uber and part time amazon

After one year and thre months of not funding regulations job I decided to use my skills and started my own business. Z I worked Irs for 101/2 years and after driving uber and other food deliver apps to make extra money I realize best way get job is meet people doing uber. I managed to meet so many people in year doing uber and other app I found a part time job doing Amazon although it's not what I want to do I realize that most jobs even in banking customer service and restaurant are automated !!! Foubgcregular route of sending resumes to sites Are not way get job but trying to meet people even if it's in car driving uber from this experience I learned that I need learn new skills and people will offer you a job even without no experience but I try learn big data and programming and from that I came across lot interesting people and job leads so in meantime if still looking for job sign up uber and get extra 200 or more

https://get.uber.com/p/eats-courier/?invite_code=theresas6676ue

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Steven Ransom
over 2 years ago

8 ways to save time when hunting for freelance work

Seattle Times Whether you're new to freelancing or returning to self-employment after a break, looking for work can be a full-time project in itself. Not everyone leads you ... #huntingforfreelancework #freelance #jobsearch

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Stephen Lyford
10 months ago
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Release / Build Engineer

Good morning! I am an experienced software engineering professional with nearly 25 years of experience in software configuration management, as a build / release engineer, and middleware support. Currently I am looking for new full-time or long-term contract positions in the Greater Philadelphia area, and would love to speak with someone who has a position for which I might be a good fit.

Thank you! Regards, Stephen Lyford http://linkedin.com/in/slyford

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Janelle Tarnopolski
almost 2 years ago
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Looking for Freelance Graphic Design work

I got the unfortunate news of being laid-off from my management job as a result of lack of work available. Right before the holidays to top it off. The company I was working for is on the verge and has laid off over half it's staff. The company was under 20 employees when I first started and now it's dwindling down. Of course, anyone who was cross-trained was safe and considered valuable. I was not cross-trained enough to give them comfort that I could manage a bunch of departments at once. Because I was making management level money, I was a liability even though my experience and talent spoke for itself. I freelanced on the side for extra money and some of my clients have offered me more work, however, I need to build more clientele to make a go of it. I feel this may be my best avenue given the status of the industry. A lot of printers are closing down by the boatloads so flexibility and mobility will certainly help. It seems to be the way of the world now. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Al Flores
almost 4 years ago
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Freelancer?

Hi guys! I’m a 40 years old guy, With 16 years of advertising agency experience, as a Creative Director, Art Director and Senior Graphic Designer... Now a freelance designer, Too old (Many ad agencies have told me this). Or over qualifited, So, It's so hard to find a job now, even when i have a great experience or knowledge.

My last job in an ad agency it was very scary, As an Art Director, a requisit of my job, It was to park my car far from the agency to stay longer and to stay focus... With out the idea of going home at the end of the day, or at any time. If i wanted to make a phone call, I needed to ride a bike and talk in front of all, if not, I was becuase i was hiding something... (literal words from my ex-boss) And many etc.

So, i decided to run as a freelance, Is not an easy way, but at the end of the day, I'm relax, money can be worse or better, but sometimes is the best option. Don't take freelancers as bad and rebel elements, the majority are very good and professional workers! Take it as an option!

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Todd Bida
almost 4 years ago
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Growing or shrinking? Changing the way we work? Experts weigh in on how freelance, gigging, and contract work will change in 2017.

Great article from Fast Company on the Gig Economy...

"The gig economy has been on the rise for several years, and many reports point to a continued trend in American workers taking on both side gigs and cobbling together a living from a hodgepodge of short-term work or longer-term contracted jobs.

Findings from Adobe revealed that as many as one-third of the 1,000 U.S. office workers they polled had a second job and more than half (56%) predicted we would all have multiple jobs in the future. The annual report from Upwork and the Freelancers Union found that more people than ever are choosing to freelance, up to 55 million this year, or 35% of the total U.S. workforce. As many as 81% of traditional workers they surveyed said they would "be willing to do additional work outside of [their] primary job if it was available and enabled [them] to make more money."

https://www.fastcompany.com/3066905/the-future-of-work/how-the-gig-economy-will-change-in-2017

#entrepreneurship #advice

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Patricia Collins
almost 2 years ago
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MORE WORK FROM HOME OPPORTUNITIES

THESE ARE ALL SEPARATE COMPANIES - APPLY BY COPY AND PASTING COMPANY NAME IN BROWSER AND FOLLOW THE STEPS UNDER CAREERS.

Customer Happiness Manager >  Quimbee | Customer Service | Remote Remote US. Unlimited paid time off. Competitive compensation. Eligibility for raises and bonuses...

Virtual Assistant >  Lead Cookie | Virtual Assistant | Remote Remote worldwide. Entry-level. You’ll have a significant amount of freedom where and when you work...

Editorial Contributor >  BuzzFeed | Writing | Remote Remote US. Freelance. Work on a per-project basis. Develop written posts based on trending stories...

Virtual Assistant >  Startups.co | Virtual Assistant | Remote Remote US. $13-$18/hour. Freelance. 9am to 6pm PST. Provide a high-level administrative service...

Game Guide Writer >  LearningWorks for Kids | Writing | Remote Remote US. $15 per guide. Part-time, 10-20 hours/week. Freelance. Write video game guides...

Vertical Demand Marketing >  Software AG | Marketing | Remote Remote US. Freelance. Design and execute intelligent, integrated multi-touch marketing programs...

Clinical Data Manager >  Meet Recruitment | Healthcare | Remote Remote US. $110,000-$130,000/year. Lead the clinical data management group...

Front End Developer >  Trafilea | Developer | Remote Remote worldwide. Freelance. Very good growth opportunities. Trainings/development opportunities...

.Net Tech Lead >  Clevertech | Developer | Remote Remote worldwide. Competitive vacation package. Flex family leave. Personal development allowance...

ELA Test Preparation Tutor >  TNTP | Online Teaching | Remote Remote US. $25/hour. Part-time, 5-10 hours/week. Seasonal, November-May. Flexible hours...

Best of Success Always~

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