Re: Getting Started as an Independent Contractor
I was wondering if any of you independent contractors would share how youI am not trying in any way to put you down, but please excuse me if I say that your question confounds me as much as if someone had asked how I started walking. I just started, that's all. I contacted a lot of companies, collected a lot of rejections, and, eventually, started working steadily. I didn't do or have anything special (unless it was the lack of intelligence to know when to quit).
Getting started as a contractor requires the same skills as looking for a permanent job. The only difference is that, as a contractor, you use those skills more often. If you have found work as a technical writer, then you have everything you need to start as a contractor.
Bruce Byfield 604.421.7177 bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com
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