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Moonlighting freelancers can future proof their employment by upskilling
October 03, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Moonlighting freelancers can future proof their employment by upskilling

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Smart millennial parents are aware that the future of work is changing very quickly and they must strive to future-proof their skills. We explain how to do this.

If you work in a drought-affected regional area and you have had your work income reduced or been made redundant we explain that there are now 4.1+ participating in the new economy. We share the latest news on what is happening.

Businesses do not want their productivity to walk out the door. We explain how this favors older workers that decide to work after retirement from their main job.

Freelancers need to have holidays too to keep their work-life balance in check. We explain how they can have a holiday too while keeping tabs on their business - or if they should.

Critical to managing a freelancer’s budget is mastering negotiating your rates and your expenditure at the same time. We share some top tips.

We are maintaining our articles on drought relief for farmers and regional people because it is looking more and more like a long-term strategy for supplementing farm income is needed.

An update of training news and the Amazon Associates Case Study status is provided.

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