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Dating a Freelancer: The Female Perspective

Greetings, dear readers, both of you. Today, we have a treat for you. In a rare collaboration event, a crossover, if you will, we are graced by the presence of my ex-girlfriend. For the purposes of anonymity, we shall call her bitc… ha, ha, I’m sorry, I meant to say Becky. This long-suffering woman, this […]

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5 Practical Tips for Freelance Translators

So you started working as a freelance translator. Go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back. After all, your command of the language in question is flawless, the quirks and nuances of the tongue are as familiar to you as those of your own, and you are a master of the written word […]

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The Rise (and Fall?) of the Gig Economy

Economic crises have long-ranging effects, even years after the fact. For instance, the 1929 Stock Market Crash and the ensuing Great Depression indirectly led to the rise of National Socialism and, by extension, the outbreak of the Second World War. The 2007–2008 financial crisis led to the economic stagnation of the EU, the soaring of […]

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Getting a Freelance Life-Work Balance

In this overconnected world of ours, lines between work and life can get blurred, even more so for freelancers. While the lifestyle assures your freedom to work whenever and wherever you want as you are effectively your own boss, the inherent lack of structure can and will make your work a constant presence in your […]

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Types of Clients That Will Make Your Freelancing Experience Hell

A freelancing career is a pretty sweet gig most of the time. You organize your time as you see fit, your work uniform are your underpants, and most of the clients are non-sociopaths. But there are those that can and will make your life miserable. They are the collapse of Western civilization; they are the […]

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Combining Your Freelance Gig With Your Full-Time Job

Let’s be honest here — hardly anyone simply starts out as a freelancer straight out of university and immediately builds a client base, a reputation, and the know-how to sustain their business indefinitely. More than likely, you’ll have to start up your freelance gig while trying to hold on to a regular nine-to-five job. It […]

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Four Tips You Should Read If You Plan on Becoming Reputable Freelancer

What’s amazing about being a freelancer is that once you become one, the entire world will be in front of you — except if you firmly decided that you want to be a content writer for San Francisco startup companies or a designer for agencies in New York. If not, then you can work anywhere […]

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Three Drawbacks of Freelancing

If you are a freelancer, that means that you are your own boss — you determine your working hours and projects you want to participate in. Even though many think freelancing is the best, we should point out that there are flaws too. Some of them are quite obvious; for example, your income won’t be […]

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Four Tips to Start a Career as a Digital Marketer

It is evaluated that at the end of 2019, the price of paying for digital advertising will increase globally to $333 billion, and in 2023, it will be $517 billion. A significant portion of this amount will be for hiring the most prominent digital marketers, both in-company workers and freelancers. Do you wish to be […]

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