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February 10, 2012

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Halo Web Design

I guess there's nothing wromg of being a freelancer as long as you have a good online presence that would work. You are the boss of your own time, and you can generate more money depending on your marketing strategies.

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I agree in law number 3 of 3 Laws of Future Employment. Professional people will more likely be freelancers and less likely to have a steady job. As for me, I want to work at my own time, place and whenever I want. Freelancing gives all these options plus I think that I am well paid through freelancing that working in an office.

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