CoWorking for Freelancers

CoWorking for Freelancers

CoWorking is the Biggest Success Factor for Freelancers

If you are working as a freelance professional, you may find yourself living on a bit of an island. It’s hard to feel actively engaged in the business community as a freelancer unless you regularly meet with businesses and ensure you are constantly networking. With around 20% of people in the workforce now considered freelancers, there is steep competition in the market. Many freelancers start to pick up work as a part-time gig or use their skills of the side hustle before they go full-time. The big success factor that is beginning to separate part-time freelancers from full-time are the freelancers that are willing to dedicate themselves and join a shared office space.

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Working At A StartUp: The Myths!

You might be thinking about changing your job to work for a startup if you have ever resisted leaving your job due to perceived instability or other myths. Although it is common to believe that startups face extreme difficulties, the truth is that you can make a difference working in a startup if your diligence is done and you get involved in the company’s early stages.

It can be very exciting to working at a startup. Being a startup employee means you have the first chance to earn a good salary and other perks. Most people think of the stress and the lack of room for error.

Although startups can be prone to making assumptions, these myths are easy to disprove for anyone who works in a startup.

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