Done right, freelancing can help you land the perfect job. This is a guest post by Adam Green. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. If you're out of work and tired of sending out countless resumes, you may be ready to try this different, less common approach to finding a job. I'll go ahead and warn you that it's not easy. It definitely requires a lot of work and may even call for a serious part-time commitment. And when it starts working, you just might decide to do it full time.
Ready to freelance? Learn how successful freelancers identify and market their skills. This is a guest post by Adam Green. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. From recent college graduates to professionals with decades of experience, the allure of freelancing attracts all kinds. With the freedom to set your own hours and exert total control over your daily routine, it's easy to see why many are exploring the freelance life. But how do you start? That was the first question I had before embarking on a freelance writing career. Thankfully, a healthy combination of mishaps and triumphs during the first year taught me a great deal about how to achieve freelance success.