Officials say recent utility work is not a threat to Manassas bald eagles - Washington Post  5 hours, 48 minutes ago


Officials say recent utility work is not a threat to Manassas bald eagles
Washington Post
Admirers of a pair of bald eagles that live near Manassas Regional Airport raised alarms recently about the birds' safety after noticing a real estate sign and utility work on property in the vicinity of the eagles' nest. Concern about the eagles

 

Converting Your Freelance Hobby Into a Viable Business - Entrepreneur  1 day, 22 hours ago


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Converting Your Freelance Hobby Into a Viable Business
Entrepreneur
And the company forecast that its online work market will be worth $5 billion by 2018. When you consider statistics like this, the freelancing industry seems to be booming. Yet, many freelancers still find it difficult to convert their freelance

 

How Do You Make a Living, Freelance Investigative Reporter? - Pacific Standard  2 days, 2 hours ago


Pacific Standard

How Do You Make a Living, Freelance Investigative Reporter?
Pacific Standard
Before the Internet, writers got paid reasonably well for their work, but it was also harder to submit and distribute content, so there were fewer opportunities to be a writer. But when you did make it into those echelons as a freelancer, you were

 

The Freelancer's Guide To The Complicated Mess Of Tax Deductions - Fast Company  1 week, 5 days ago


Fast Company

The Freelancer's Guide To The Complicated Mess Of Tax Deductions
Fast Company
You're employed with a company but on a freelance contract. Or you're working several jobs and manage your own clients—or you've hired a few extra hands to help run things. With working lives getting more and more complex as roles shift to become more 

 

Need extra income in retirement? Try freelancing - USA TODAY  2 weeks, 1 day ago


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Need extra income in retirement? Try freelancing
USA TODAY
Freelancers usually receive no benefits, but they have far more flexibility and often work on their own schedule, often at home. Some freelance work is done on a project-by-project basis, while other opportunities are ongoing. Freelancing gigs can be

 

Charity saving refugees, feeding hungry declines to work with freelance ... - PR NewsChannel (press release)  2 weeks, 4 days ago


Charity saving refugees, feeding hungry declines to work with freelance ...
PR NewsChannel (press release)
Global Village Champions Foundation, co-founded more than two decades ago by philanthropists Yank and Yvette Barry and boxing legend Muhammad Ali, says it has declined to work with a freelance reporter who had an apparent political or religious 

 

Freelance becoming the norm - Tribune-Review  3 weeks ago


Freelance becoming the norm
Tribune-Review
And if they want to use Work Market as a back end for their whole freelance workforce — as Yahoo! has been doing for its contract bloggers — the company will design a custom system that takes care of scheduling, taxes and performance reviews.

 

Incorporating Freelance Work Into Your Resume Without Looking Like A Job ... - Business 2 Community  3 weeks, 2 days ago


Incorporating Freelance Work Into Your Resume Without Looking Like A Job ...
Business 2 Community
If listing your freelance work chronologically will cause confusion or make it look like you have jumped from job to job, consider creating a separate section. Here you can list the work that you have done and add necessary details, but it does not

 

Everything You Need to Know About Hiring a Freelancer - Entrepreneur  3 weeks, 4 days ago


Everything You Need to Know About Hiring a Freelancer
Entrepreneur
As a freelancer, when I first started looking for work, I observed postings on oDesk for potential jobs. I frequently saw postings asking for “Web developer, no more than $2.50/hour.” Obviously, these ads are targeting freelancers in developing markets

 

New tech companies say freelancing is the future of work. But there's a ... - Washington Post  3 weeks, 5 days ago


Washington Post

New tech companies say freelancing is the future of work. But there's a ...
Washington Post
Now that he works for himself as a network technician, Robert Wooldridge is sometimes able to bring his 8-year-old daughter to work with him, as he hops to job sites all around the Washington area. She particularly enjoyed playing in a nearby mall