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Freelancing As A Programmer Is Hot Now!
June 11, 2019

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Freelancing As A Programmer Is Hot Now!

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Programming as a freelancer is hot at the moment with top rated programmers able to earn $1,000 per hour. We look at the reality of this market and issue a cautionary warning.

Freelancing Meet Up Groups can be a very powerful way of sharing ideas and giving and receiving support as a freelancer. We look at the Australian and global trends and provide relevant links.

We look at what online jobs you can do from anywhere in the world and we share a list of 18 jobs and skills that fit this criteria.

Online Hives can substitute for Meet Up groups when it is not convenient or practical to be a member of a local Meet Up Group. We look at the pioneering work that the Freelancers Union has done in this area.

Whether you are a family with one or both freelancing we look at the issue of why Mums should be mindful of the family money with an article from Laura Lifshitz.

This week in skills development and inspiration news we have searched for some articles on the importance of skills in burnout prevention and management, stress avoidance and the skills involved in bad debt management.

We share the Amazon Web Services training news from and our Amazon Associates Case Study latest sales news along with our regular news on cyber security for freelancers.

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