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The modern labor market offers job seekers many work options and conditions on which to carry out their professional activities. Not so long ago, the word “freelance” appeared in our vocabulary, and it means working outside the state of any company. A freelancer can participate in several projects simultaneously or work for several companies, while not being a full-time employee of any of them.
For some people, the opportunity to work on freelance is just a fairy tale: there are no early rises at 7 in the morning to catch an office by the beginning of the working day; There are no annoying bosses who constantly monitor the progress of your work; there is no need to ride the subway at rush hour or stand in traffic for hours – you work at home. At first glance, freelance has only advantages. But this is only at first glance. In fact, freelance has both advantages and disadvantages, and not everyone can be a freelancer. First of all, you need to take into account the specifics of the activity. Freelancers are most often people of creative professions – designers, illustrators, photographers, etc. Freelance is also widespread in the field of IT, journalism, philology (translation of texts and books), marketing, engineering and others. Continue reading