We’re in the middle of a freelancer boom. But what about engineering? There’s some indication that freelance engineers are on the rise, but they have a long way to go in establishing the same independent work culture that web developers and digital creatives have long had.
Is my adulterous relationship with many types of work preventing me from having a harmonious marriage with one skillset, one industry? Well, too bad. In defense of juggling multiple jobs, projects and streams of income.
As a free agent I almost always have time or money, but rarely both. This leaves me doing things in my business that I just suck at sometimes. By Katy Tynan, author of Free Agent
A handful of cool podcasts have come from within coworking. The Naked Freelancer debuts April 22, Alex Hillman’s Coworking Weekly Show is top-notch, and Coworking Success is full of useful hacks for people who cowork.
Is the term “freelancer” just another “F” word? Indieworking founder Katy Tynan searches for a suitable term for the one-third of US workers who work for themselves.
Members of Utopic_US in Madrid traveled to the German capital to trade places with members of Betahaus in Berlin. Rafa Moreno of Spanish magazine Zona Coworking tells us what happened.
In American culture, stress and exhaustion are worn with pride as status symbols. Being busy means you have a tireless work ethic. People assume you must be accomplishing your life goals. It’s time we reimagine the work week.
The reason so many of us are freelancers is not solely because we are empowered to go it alone, though that is the story commonly told. Forces that have caused companies and governments to lower their responsibility to employed workers have played a crucial role in the process. Joel Dullroy, author of Independents Unite! Inside […]