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Perhaps you are wondering how to escape your day job and wish you had the skills needed to thrive as a freelancer. Or maybe you find yourself fresh out of school this spring without any employment prospects, wondering how to transfer your degree or diploma into real world skills. Don't worry, we're here to help with a round-up of online courses in some of the most in-demand freelance skill areas.
If you’re just starting out in the freelance world, or looking for extra cash to supplement your main income, there are several side-gigs that do not require any experience or specific education to get started. Here's a list of 10 of them to help you find your perfect side-gig.
Not everyone thrives in the office environment and more people are turning away from traditional work structures and choosing to become independent workers. In our last post we looked at the rise of the solopreneur, how they differ from other types of independent workers and how they contribute to the workforce. In this post the benefits and potential pitfalls that solopreneurs might encounter will be examined.
Graphic designers are indispensable; from company logos to social media posts and website design, all media require the work of a graphic designer. It's no wonder they are in high demand. If you have thought about being a graphic designer, read our tips on how to get started.
As the old saying goes; Content is King. That old saying is even truer today with all online strategies relying heavily on content. There are many job opportunities for content developers right now as they are in high demand. Here are some tips on how to get started.