Creating Your Own Career

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Creating Your Own Career

Once upon a time, most of the people ran their own home-based business, until the industrial revolution came and the changed the world’s manpower landscape.  People believe working in big factories could earn more money.  Public education was established mainly to train skilled workers.  Since then, it was normal to choose a career path right out of school and stay with it for life. Not any more. Today the average person changes jobs eight, ten, or more times in a lifetime. This is actually good news, because the rapidly changing landscape is creating a fluid, creative environment where you can far more easily put your talents and passions to work for you — to set free the entrepreneurial you. More than ever before, it’s up to you to create your career. Being a Freelancer  Has Never Been Easier – Thanks to Technology According to the Freelance Union,  currently there are 55 million […]

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Build Your Dream Freelance Business in 10 Steps

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Build Your Dream Freelance Business in 10 Steps

The freelance economy is larger than you think, the microjob market is growing everyday.  According to the Freelancers Union, 35 % of the U.S. workforce, or 55 million people, were freelancers in 2016. It is predicted that 50% of the U.S. workforce will be freelancers by 2020. Freelancing business has an easy entry, you can do it alongside your full-time job and when it grows you can make it a full time affair, Freelancing business is about building your Personal Brand, you need a place for people to find you – your online presence is crucial, and a professional presence will make you standout. Here is an easy to follow, step-by-step guide to launch and build your freelancing business.  1. The first is to ask yourself: What can I do? What skills I want to build my freelancing business on? The freelancing market is very competitive, so you can’t just be good, but […]

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How to cooperate with Simultaneous Interpreters

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How to cooperate with Simultaneous Interpreters

Written by Y. Hsu, a senior simultaneous English-Chinese interpreter There are numerous International events or cross-border meetings that will require simultaneous interpretations in place.  As an interpreter, I have worked in many such occasions, and  in some of them, the speaker doesn’t know there are simultaneous interpreters, sitting in the sound-proof booth, trying to transfer his or her ideas to the audience sitting below. Being a professional simultaneous interpreter is not an easy task, it requires lots of preparation and accumulated experience.  However, it seems to me that the speakers rarely approach the interpreter to inquire how to cooperate better during the speech.  After all, if the interpreter has trouble doing the job properly and the speech can’t be understood by the audience, it’s like talking to a wall.  Here I’d like summarize 4 important points for the speakers to remember – if you want your speech to be properly. […]

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Choose the Right Font Can Boost Readability

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Choose the Right Font Can Boost Readability

Fonts play an important role in the readability of online and print articles, and different typefaces can color our messages with different meanings. In addition to dozens of studies done in the past few decades, several tests have been conducted to determine which fonts are easiest to read. To save the day, we share with you some font suggestion. ✎ Serif or Sans Serif ?       Do you know the difference between a serif and a sans serif typeface? Your eye certainly does. A serif typeface is one that has little feet and embellishments on the tips and base of each letter; whereas Sans (the Latin word “without”) serifs have no such serifs. The serifs make each letter more recognizable. Multiple researchers confirm that serif fonts make words easier to read. (Wordon, 1991; Hartley, 1994). Examples of serif fonts are Times New Roman, Palatino, Schoolbook, Georgia, Courier, and Garamond.     […]

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3 Major Problems Every Freelancer Must Solve Right Now

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3 Major Problems Every Freelancer Must Solve Right Now

Working as a freelancer is a dream comes true for many people. It represents the upmost freedom of profession, but in the other hand, it also has some drawbacks that stop many people entering freelancing world. Don’t worry — While we discuss the 3 major problems of freelancing, we also give solutions. We hope to bring up some discussion for everyone. The 3 problems are: Bad time management Lack of distinction Weak marketing   1. Bad Time Management – A Freelancer’s Top Enemy Working from home or coffee shop looks easy, and it’s also very easy for people to get lost in time and cultivate the habit of procrastination. “Time is money” sounds such cliche; however some people charge customers by hourly rate and it couldn’t be more correct. In a company office, the feeling of pressure will make people to think again before they take a rest. Working by oneself needs tons […]

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Micro Job Market Aims to Build a Fair Trade Platform for Freelancers

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Micro Job Market Aims to Build a Fair Trade Platform for Freelancers

The freelance economy, or the microjob market, is growing rapidly. According to the U.S. Freelancers Union, 35 % of the U.S. workforce, or 55 million people, were freelancers in 2016. It is predicted that 50% of the U.S. workforce will be freelancers by 2020. Freelancing business has an easy entry, you can do it alongside your full-time job and when it grows you can make it a full time affair. Freelancing business is about building personal brand, but the major freelance platform forbid freelancers to communicate directly with clients. In other words, the freelancers are actually the “free workers” of the sites, and freelancers will have trouble getting their service noticed once they decide to leave the platform. Micro Job Market (mJobMarket.com) aim to help freelancers build their businesses, and is considered as the first decentralized freelance platform which allows freelancers to contact buyers directly, and takes 0% commission from […]

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9 Great Ideas to Freelance Online for 2020

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9 Great Ideas to Freelance Online for 2020

Selling services online is what freelancing, or Micro Job is all about.  Here we collect some virtual services to provide you fresh ideas to offer online that you may not have considered before.   Photo On Demand It’s no secret that photographers can cash their photos on some professional image platforms, but here we are talking about something else. Very often, there are businesses who have photo request that doesn’t need to be done by professionals but casual photoing.  It can be taking a photo inside a store, taking a selfie with certain product in the frame, a photo with you holding a hand-written note, or it can be a photo that you are viewing certain website or using certain app.   Video Content On Demand Similarly to images on demand, companies may need video footage from casual people to enhance their social marketing.  Many video product reviews earn millions of views […]

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Why Hiring a Freelance Visual Designer is a great idea?

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Why Hiring a Freelance Visual Designer is a great idea?

Using professional designed visuals or graphics can improve business performance in many ways, from increasing sales and rising market position to making a brand identity, and stronger customer loyalty. Many business owners who posses computer skills think that if they have professional graphic software, they can do the job without hiring designers.  This is wrong.  Think about a butcher who knows how to use knives well, but it doesn’t qualify him to be a medical surgeon.  It’s the same idea. Why Should You Hire a Design Freelancer? Some big firms simply employ full-time designers in the team; however, that may not be exactly good for a business.  After all, a talented and veteran designer are the ones who have experience in vast range of design experience, which only a freelance designer can qualify.  Moreover, there are many design styles and the objects that need different designers, thus it is beneficial […]

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How to Manage Multiple Freelance Projects Successfully

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How to Manage Multiple Freelance Projects Successfully

As a freelancer, managing multiple freelance projects at a time can be stressful.  One needs strong organizational skills and management aptitude to accomplish jobs at comfortable pace and on time. Every freelance job requires timely delivery with quality of the work. It does not matter how many projects you are handling, how different they are from each other and how difficult they are to perform – accuracy, speed, spontaneity and quality are the must to consider factors for all employers. Therefore, time management and goal setting becomes inevitable for every individual out on job. Unless they maintain a structured and pre-planned work habit, optimizing productivity and gaining efficiency in job is not possible. Freelancers too have a social life and they should retain work-life balance. If you are new to freelance jobs market, it is essential that you learn project management skills well. Reading out freelancer’s success story, following their tips and advice would be […]

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What Is a Freelancer? How to Become a Freelancer? A Freelancer Guide

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What Is a Freelancer?  How to Become a Freelancer?  A Freelancer Guide

Definition of “freelancer” According to the Cambridge Dictionary: freelance: doing particular pieces of work for different organizations, rather than working all the time for a single organization.  Synonym: self-employed This is the best meaning of being a freelancer, right to the point.  Self-employed, you work for yourself. Being a freelancer can teach you a lot about running a business, and many big business builders start from being self-employed.   It’s a transition state Many people have some misconception about freelancers.  Some think it’s unstable, some even consider self-employed are unemployed.   Actually, being a freelancer is running a business, your own business.  That includes taking risks, doing marketing, report taxes, and all sorts of activities that a company requires. Pros and Cons about Freelancing Pros of freelancing Freedom with a versatile schedule, hours and location You own the business, you call the shots Selectivity with clients/choosing WHO you wish to co-work with Unlimited earning potential No commute/no travel costs reimbursement Getting to pursue your passion comes No workplace […]

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Why Recruit on mJob® Market Brings the Best Freelancers?

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Why Recruit on mJob® Market Brings the Best Freelancers?

When you search “Hire Freelancers” on Google, you will find many complaints about the current freelance market. Many freelance platforms let freelancers bid for a project. In order to win the bid they have to lower their fee standard.  Many good freelancers just skip the bid.  For the recruiters who post the bid, it might not be a blessing to hire a freelancer base on the lowest bid.  Because experienced and professional freelancers are not going to sell their services cheap, so you really need to watch out for the lowest bidder, although sometimes the low-price bidders are just eager to win a project. There are several reasons why recruit freelancers on mJob® Market can give you the best freelancers. No bidding – mJob® Market doesn’t offer bidding function.  Each freelancer can contact the recruiter directly and make an offer according to his or her’s best practice without low charging their regular […]

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