Quitting Your Job? Try Freelancing

Rebekah Lambert, a Wollongong-based content marketer, stated that the number of freelancers in Australia had raised in line with the global trend. The employees might be getting bored of working the whole weekdays and creative industries have attracted them to change their habit. For some people, it was not only about the trend but the necessity. According to Corrie Cox, a Perth-based journalist and university tutor, freelancing had helped her to pay her bills, especially for her kid’s day care. However, Corrie just felt lonely and isolated when she worked on everything individually. Based on Corrie’s experience, what should people consider before they decide to resign their job and turn into a freelancer? Joining us is Kerry Brown at Edith Cowan University to answer our questions.

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