If There’s No Work, What to Do Next?

Job Advice Blog

During past weak economic times, companies might hire temps, and once the economy gained strength permanent hiring ensued. Interview Skills by Alex FreundToday’s weak economy has changed the psychology of hiring. We have not yet seen that pattern, and there are no signs that it’s on its way. The situation has caused various and serious difficulties for most of [.].

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If There’s No Work, What to Do Next?

Job Advice Blog

During past weak economic times, companies might hire temps, and once the economy gained strength permanent hiring ensued. Interview Skills by Alex FreundToday’s weak economy has changed the psychology of hiring. We have not yet seen that pattern, and there are no signs that it’s on its way. The situation has caused various and serious difficulties for most of [.].

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The myth of transitioning

Virtual Moxie

» January 25, 2011 The myth of transitioning Since getting several of these recently, rather than just linking to Pick Anastacia’s Brain , counting on your smarts to lead you to look if you want, let me say that I’d like you to go look. Temp three days per week so that you have some steady income, and work in your VA practice two full days per week In this way, you have income, and you have specific, defined time to work on building your practice.

2011 169

5 tips for Being a Freelance Worker

45 Things

The days of temp workers being qualified for only low-paying, entry-level jobs is past, and workers who embrace the work may find they appreciate the flexibility and experience they gain, Ozier says. It's a great way to enhance your skill set and broaden your sphere of influence," he says. They are experienced, have a shorter ramp-up time and have very sought-after skills."

2011 54

Income Inequality Not Caused by Independent Work

Small Business Labs

Temp jobs?   As part of the 2011 State of Independence study we looked at independent worker income.   Our explanation - which is based on our interviews and other qualitative work - is independent workers with the right skill sets and experience are thriving and are much more financially successful than those who don't.

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