5 Lessons Learned:

Important Points To Know When Choosing To Be A Freelance Contractor Or Get Employed.
There comes a time when one may have to think about his career and decide whether he will be employed to offer his skills fully to a specific and be based in the company or decide to be moving to the place where he gets the best offer for his service for a specific time.
Working on a contractual agreement is always something that many would love to go with as they know now they will be able to state the working condition that they will be working for this company and this when the time had ended they can decide to renew the contract on other terms in case the previous terms were not working well with them and also because in the contract that they have sent to this company that they are working with will be showing the working hours that is suiting them to have the service for the company, they will be able to use the extra time that they will be having to develop themselves for the next person that will be looking to have them come offer their skills, because the next employer will be now be using the previous employer as a point of reference they have to make sure that they give their best so that they can be assured for the next job.
Chances of failing for someone who is not known is always high because they are always untested and unproven to have the ability to deliver the service that they have and things have always that tendency of going south for the same person when he goes for the option of working under contractual agreement and not getting employed because they feel they are not supposed to be employed, this normally happens to them because they are not known to be able to handle the job that they say can do and that is why for someone who is starting they to have base of operation and they check it out! on matters to do with this service that they have and how they can packages the selves and now what they need to have for the net moves that they will be making.

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