News and Articles About Freelancers
Go out and hire a couple of those ultimate entrepreneurs: freelancers.
If you've got high hopes for a fulfilling career and financial security, solopreneurship is not the way to get there.
Need extra cash? Let these sites know you're available -- and hungry.
Having a team that's happy to turn on their computers every day -- regardless of distance -- is what makes going virtual one of the best decisions.
Looking beyond on-staff positions might be your company's answer to a skills gap, scaling with agility or finding new opportunities.
If you've been struggling to find someone with a certain skillset to join your team, it's time to look into hiring a freelancer.
What if -- instead of thinking of your life's work as a monolithic activity -- you chose to see it as a complex group of interests, passions and activities?
You -- yes, you! -- can help someone with the skills and knowledge that you already have.
With limited resources, your company doesn't have time for those tasks that can and should be automated or offloaded.
These five tips will help you launch the career of your dreams.
Before you hire a freelancer, it's good to understand what you're getting into and how to navigate through the process with less frustration and uncertainty.
Selling your skills directly to customers instead of an employer is scary, until you remember you are already paid for what you know how to do.
30 million people - young and old, men and women, part-time and full-time -- work as freelancers or independent workers in America.
Leverage the skills you have into some side income. Teach a course. Do something you know.