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I went freelance so my wife and I could juggle career and childcare even before the coronavirus — here’s how I am rising to the new challe...

People around the world have been getting used to working from home after weeks in lockdown, but this has been my lifestyle for the past four years.
Caroline Stokes is the CEO of talent agency and executive search firm FORWARD, and an expert on growing your career in management consulting.

MAKING BIG MONEY: The ultimate guides to breaking into careers with 6-figure salaries

Whether you want to go freelance or land a high-paying, full-time job, experts share how to break into various careers with six-digit incomes.
Mary Kearl and husband.

My husband and I left our full-time jobs to travel the world for 6 months — and only spent $288 from our savings. Here’s how we found remo...

Mary Kearl and her husband saved up $35,000 for their six months of traveling — but emerged in the positive as a result of freelancing on the side.

California is attempting a massive labor experiment that could grow into a disaster for millions of workers

California wants to make employers treat every freelance employee like a full-time staffer, but the law is confusing and could hurt some workers.

9 of the most challenging things about working remotely, according to people who do it

Loneliness, time management problems, and digital miscommunication are just some of the problems you may face if you work remotely.

I made 4 mistakes at the beginning of my freelance writing career, but they changed the way I do business

Every freelancer can learn from this writer's mistakes. For one thing, knowing your own worth is critical to the success of a freelance business.
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4 reasons my freelance career is more secure than your full-time job

After freelancing for five years, one writer knows for sure that she wouldn't go back to traditional full-time work. Here's why.

After an injury kept me off work for a month, I bought a $23-a-month disability insurance policy to protect my most important asset: my income

A minor eye injury led to $3,000 in medical bills and a month off work, so this full-time freelancer invested in long-term disability insurance.
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I’ve been freelancing for 5 years, and I swear by 5 tools to stay organized and get paid

From invoicing to project management, these tools help me get my work done and keep my clients happy — so I have more time to enjoy life.
Carta CEO Henry Ward.

SUCCESS INSIDER: How to perfect a pitch deck, the secrets to making money as a freelancer, and what Ray Dalio wants you to read

Our regular newsletter for making success happen. This week, we feature a webinar with a billion-dollar startup CEO on how to evolve your pitch deck.