Platforms that have sprung up over the past few years and offer recent graduates the greatest likelihood of actually finding work.
If you followed the job hunting advice in our previous blog and managed to land yourself a gig, congratulations! Now comes the hard part: doing the actual work.
Our last post laid out the steps every freelancer needs to take before getting started. This one covers the opportunities that await, where to find them, how to make the most of them, and the pitfalls and potentials of various freelancing websites.
This survival guide looks at the first step every freelancer needs to take before getting started: branding.