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Create Your Own Job as a Freelancer or Consultant

Create Your Own Job as a Freelancer or Consultant

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Written by Diana Schneidman   
Saturday, 27 November 2010 00:00


Create Your Own Job as a Freelancer or Consultant

By: Diana Schneidman, Author of "Stand Up 8 Times"

Have you been in career transition for awhile?

Perhaps you have consistently put forth your best effort but the right job offer has not yet materialized?

What should I do next? you may be asking with a sigh.


Answers to this question vary. One (or more) of the following may be just right for you:

•    Continue on your present path. If you have crafted your job hunt with care and are implementing consistently, more time may be the secret ingredient.
•    Learn more about what is working in the current job environment and fine-tune your approach. (You’re on the right path at!)
•    Take a brief break and return refreshed. Even if you “vacation” at home, this change of pace will renew your enthusiasm and energy—a job campaign is hard work!

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