Working Full-time and Freelancing
It seems like more and more people are working a full-time job and doing a little something on the side. I’ve been doing it for years it has become the norm for me. In fact the hardest part about transitioning into freelance work full-time is the lack of security. Before when I was freelancing I always had the full-time gig that brought in the real cash. The Freelance money was like a bonus, extra cash that I could spend on the kids or extra camera gear for me!
It seems like I’m not the only one taking on more than one job. According to Career Coach and Author Ford R Myers, working full-time and as a freelancer is becoming America’s new career path. According to the U.S. Labor Department statistics, more than 6.9% of Americans are considered multiple job holders.
Myers, author of “Get the Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring,” has discovered that money isn’t the only reason why Americans are working harder and longer.
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