Jeannie on March 25th, 2009

Newspapers are folding. Unemployment rates are spiking in every community. The daily news has been replaced with segments detailing how the unemployed can apply their skills to seemingly unrelated new job opportunities. An “employment expert” was recently espousing that the next big job market will be health care. A man called into the show and […]

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Jeannie on January 2nd, 2009

Here are a few sites to include in your 2009 bookmark list: – So much to read and do on this site. Between their job listings and network opportunities with fellow writers, you’ll be hard pressed to find time in one sitting to do it all. If you are searching for classes, you won’t have to leave […]

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Jeannie on December 23rd, 2008

  Two little words, “Thank You,” are working their way onto the extinction list. Do your part to bring them back from the brink by using them liberally this holiday season. Thank those that contribute, in large and small ways, to allowing you to keep doing what matters most to you. From the printer, your […]

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Jeannie on October 2nd, 2008

Freelance writers and animal welfare workers take note: somewhere there is an event that you can write about, correlate to a marketing plan, and of course, celebrate. Yes, there are always the federal holidays to take advantage of, but that handful of celebratory events does not include important dates like National Dog Bite Prevention Week […]

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Jeannie on September 24th, 2008

The state of the economy has everyone rattled, and many are searching to for ways to bring in more money. The freelance market has become more crowed as more people throw their hat in the ring and search for freelance writing work. What’s your experience? Are you finding that job posters are offering less money […]

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