It’s no secret that work experience is more than essential for any recent graduate job seeker. After all, with the competition in the job market at an all time high, a recent college graduate with little to no work experience will more than likely not be considered for entry level position after graduation. Nowadays, the so called “entry level” positions require at least 2 years of experience, sometimes more! And yet, while the demand for internships has never been higher, the supply seems to be dwindling. There simply isn’t enough internships to go around. So, how does a college student gain experience
Sometimes the start of your career can be tough. You’re trying your hardest to move up in your job, and an entry-level income often just doesn’t cut it. To supplement their incomes, many Millennials take on second, part-time jobs as freelancers.
Here are some tips to help you get your “second career” as a freelancer started…
We all love to hear the stories of the single mom who writes a book in her spare time and sells 10 million copies, or the kid who is discovered walking down the street who becomes an A-list Hollywood star.
For many now-successful people, however, their path to glory was not nearly as straight. They had to put in their time taking jobs for small money, perfecting their craft and keeping their eyes on the prize.
For all the freelancers out there, take heart in knowing these 20 sensations started out right where you are.