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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Want an Entry Level Job as a Freelancer? Consider Both Sides of this Decision

If you are thinking about becoming a freelancer as your entry level job, make sure to consider both sides of this decision.  Learn more in an infographic included in the following post.

It’s been estimated that by 2020, nearly 50% of all work in the US will be done by “SuperTemps”, contractors, freelancers and solopreneurs… and it’s entirely possible that today’s young professionals will hold 20-25 jobs throughout their careers. There are definite advantages to foregoing the climbing of the corporate career ladder and

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Posted October 15, 2013 by

Landed One Entry Level Job? How Many More Will You Have in The New Economy?

While Gen Y may be focusing on just landing one entry level job, they could end up working many more during their careers.  In the following post, learn the problems that may exist from The New Economy, as well as tips for young professionals to adapt to it.

Last night on #InternPro Twitter chat, we had a very interesting – and for many, a scary – conversation… about jobs and careers. Specifically, we discussed how many jobs the average Millennial will have in what everybody likes to call, “The New Economy”. Admittedly, I am not really good at math

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Posted July 09, 2013 by

3 Things to Remember When Making Freelancing Your Full-Time Entry Level Job

If freelancing is going to become your entry level job on a full-time basis, make sure you remember three things found in the following post.

You’ve been freelancing on the side to supplement your income. And recently, you’ve really been giving some thought to making freelancing your full-time gig. You’ve got a nice collection of clients and a fairly solid idea of how the whole thing works. You’re ready to get out of

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3 Smart Ways to Prepare for Your Leap to Full-Time Freelancer

Posted June 25, 2013 by

Learn How to Make More Money on Your Entry Level Job as a Freelancer

If you have an entry level job as a freelancer that doesn’t pay a lot of money, check out the following post for tips to help boost your income.

Are you struggling to make it as a freelancer? Even though you’re always busy, you’re always broke. What gives? The reason you don’t make enough money is because you spend too much time working for too little cash. I’ve been there, and I know plenty of other freelancers who have been there,

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Posted June 10, 2013 by

Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs? Think About Life Insurance

When searching for recent graduate jobs, some young people may not heavily consider life insurance.  However, it may be a good idea to do so.  Learn more in the following post.

Life insurance: it’s one of those things that nobody likes to talk about. This is doubly true for young professionals who are kickstarting their careers; when you feel on top of the world, your inevitable demise is not exactly top of mind. However, it’s a sad fact of life that accidents can and do happen

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