Hello, everyone! It’s Friday, which means I’m back with my weekly dose of thoughts and job findings. Thank you, as always, for being here!
- Regular readers know that I’ve stressed the importance of patience in freelancing. I’m going to take it a step further and say that adapting a “set it and forget it” attitude is even better.
- My record for hearing back about a gig used to be 8 months. By that time, I actually had forgotten that I applied in the first place.
- Then, this week, I was accepted for an opportunity that I had applied to more than a year ago. This one I remembered, because it particularly interested me. There wasn’t the option of following up with them, so I sort of moved on from the initial disappointment of not hearing back. It just goes to prove that in the world of freelancing, you really never know when you’ll surprised for the better 🙂
- In honor of the Tony Awards this weekend, I feel it necessary to share the gloriousness that is this oldie-but-goodie edition of Carpool Karaoke:
Please do your own due diligence before officially applying to any and all job postings!
Here are some opportunities that, at the very least, look interesting in some capacity:
- Change.org: Email Production Associate
- Knack: Customer Support Specialist
- Poll Everywhere: QA Automation Engineer
- The Motley Fool: Personal Finance Writer
- Digital Reasoning: Senior Software Engineer
- 350.org: Grant Writer (Select U.S. States)
- Searchbloom: SEO and Marketing Writer
- Transcription Outsourcing: U.S.-Based Transcriptionists
- Cornerstone: Remote Grant Writer
- Assurance: “Guide” Telephone Representatives
- Curriculum Associates: Online Learning Facilitator
- The Chat Shop: Live Chat Agents
Until next time!
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