Being an employee offers jobs security while freelancing is risky and unstable. Is that actually the case? Here’s a personal account and some hard facts.
Stop doubting and comparing. You may be destined to beat the best. Here’s why…
California’s AB 2257 has given content creators relief from the California freelance law created by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. See what’s changed and for whom.
Vogue’s Fifteen Percent Pledge is supposed to open opportunities for black freelancers. Are the rare decisions for the September issue a sign of sincerity?
Freelancers, are you seeing a lot of job ads requiring a college education that you don’t have? Here’s how to get hired without a bachelor’s degree.
Need money? You may be able to get it from grants for small businesses, creatives and freelancers.
Many freelancers were severely impacted in the early stages of the coronavirus crisis. Why? Because they took the same risk.
Some people who are better suited as employees than freelancers. Here’s a candid discussion of what freelancing takes and why it’s not for all types.
This week’s list of creative and freelance jobs includes writing and editing opportunities in tech, business, lifestyle, journalism and more.
What is California’s Assembly Bill 5? And what does AB 5 mean for freelancers?
If you’re a Canadian freelancer with an idea of a photojournalism project, you may qualify for Sony’s Be Alpha grant.
This week’s creative and freelance writing jobs list includes opportunites in the personal finance, tech, lifestyle, gun, construction markets. Plus more!!
If you’re building a business, you’re probably going to want input and feedback. But you need to be careful who you talk to.
You have a job. You have a creative gig. And your boss doesn’t like it. He’s why she seems so pissed.
People who say they want to be bloggers, YouTubers or Instagram influencers often overlook these things. And that’s why they quit.