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Freelancing While the U.S. Economy Burns

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Freelancing While the U.S. Economy Burns

Post by Guest on Sun Aug 14, 2011 1:28 pm

Show me one good U.S. economic stat, I dare you. And no, low interest rates don't count. They are a result, not a stat.

Let's review:
• An unemployment rate of 9.1 per cent (real rate likely much higher)
• U.S. dollar floundering
• Potential of China unloading U.S. debt
• Job growth virtually non-existent
• Roughly one million houses foreclosed
• Just under one million more to get boarded up next year
• No real plan to cut spending
• Market volatility will continue
• Credit downgrade; perhaps another looming
• Bigger and nastier recession possible
• Obama likely a one-termer
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/bob-beaty/freelancing-economy_b_924220.html?just_reloaded=1

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Re: Freelancing While the U.S. Economy Burns

Post by TR11005 on Mon Aug 15, 2011 12:34 pm

If you can't be hired by other means. Consider Freelancing. You can do this while collecting Unemployment benefits, just follow your state laws. This helps cover up job gaps, especially if you done Contract Assignments. Put Present, example: 2008-Present

You can say you have been training yourself and doing project work around the house and neighborhood.

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