Life after college is a struggle for most graduates. Majority have a hard time finding work in the field they majored in. If this is you look into these five sites and let your creative talent reign free.
- Fiveer: This is a freelance site where young moguls can being to market their business. This site allows you show your talent and build relationships and clientele. This site stood out to me because it provides customers with 3 different packages to choose from. The best thing is you set the price for the product you all selling. (Great for Graphic Designers, Artist, & Web developers)
- Upwork: Upwork is a very popular freelance site that offers a range of freelancers to put their work on front street. This site feels like a family based site because you can partner with others and build. (Great for Mobile Developers, Writers, Viral Assistants & Many More)
- Toptal: A freelance site for the seasoned entrepreneur. To access the site you must first pass a screening process. Once you pass the process you can play with the big dogs. Clients such as JP Morgan, Zendesk, & Airbnb are now at your fingertips. Compensation is fair and a great way network with tech events and meet ups.
- Craigslist: The infamous Craigslist has made the list! Proceed at your own risk but lets face it Craigslist may not be the safest of places but, it is a great way to drum up business. If you have ever ventured off into the lad of craigslist then you know what I mean. Hairstylist, Makeup Artist, Stylist & the list goes on and on! Just stay off of back page.
- Freelance Writing Gigs: A job board that is updated daily. Speaks to the writers to the creative people in the world. This site is great for writing and blogging jobs. Offers vary from technical writing jobs, recipe writers, photography and healthcare. A great place for writers to explore the different areas of professional writing. (A great place for stay at home moms)