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To Freelance Or Not To Freelance: That Is The Question

Ms. Career Girl

The post To Freelance Or Not To Freelance: That Is The Question appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. There is also a side-question of whether or not you are a freelance worker by choice or because there are no other choices. You can moonlight all you like.

Is Penelope Trunk Feeding Gen Y “Career Crack”?

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Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Is Penelope Trunk Feeding Gen Y “Career Crack&# ? Career Girl. Job hoppers have more stable careers. What do you think: is job hopping career death or a career savior? Career Girl?

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Ask A Manager

I think you could put anything you want in those boxes — unemployed, freelance, or whatever seems right. Connect on Facebook how to manage a hard worker whos dropping balls Social media CAN get you a job. why do so many college career centers suck?

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short answer Saturday: 6 short answers to 6 short questions

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Because my department is very small, I really risk my complaints getting back to one of my other co-workers, deeply hurting them, and damaging my reputation. I have started to not say anything when my co-workers complain to me and just nod along.

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short answer Saturday: another job search edition — Ask a Manager

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As a writer and an artist, this comes up for me every time I look for freelance work. I started a blog related to my career goals and began offering consulting as well while job searching. why do so many college career centers suck?

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short answer Saturday: seven short answers to seven short questions

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For the past 3 years, I’ve been a Freelance Market Research Analyst, working consistently for one main client (an established international market research firm) and frequently for a second client (a local start-up firm that’s little more than a one-man shop).

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