Does your resume have room for improvement? Here’s how you can stand out when applying for internships and jobs — and make a little cash.
If you’re ready to skip gleefully out the office door and into your new freelancing career, be sure to read this post first.
Want to bring in cash during your job hunt and build up your resume? Then it’s time to launch your freelance hustle before you graduate.
Bad clients suck the life from you and your business. If it’s time to let them go, here’s what you need to do.
Building a successful freelance career starts with one thing: Landing clients. Here’s how to land those first clients even when you don’t have much experience.
Appearances matter. If you want a freelancing career, step up and start acting the part. Here’s how.
Before you quit your job, make sure you’re ready to handle the financial burden of freelancing. This checklist can help.
You’ll never make money freelancing if you’re applying for the wrong jobs. Steer clear of these freelance job postings so you can get paid what you’re worth.
Making the leap to entrepreneur or consultant is always scary, but planning now will prepare you for the unexpected later.
Even those living the work-for-yourself dream have to deal with difficult coworkers from time to time: their clients. Here’s how to handle common client challenges.