Canadian teenagers often struggle to find part-time jobs, especially in a field related to their career aspirations. Starting an online side hustle isn’t only an income opportunity, it’s also a chance to broaden, improve & demonstrate your proficiency in high-demand skills. It’s time well spent, whether you’re pursuing a career or entrepreneurship.
Of all the things the Internet has done for society, changing the image of the workplace is one of the most exciting. Canadian businesses are embracing the idea of remote workers as part of their long-term plan, due to increasing evidence of the many benefits of a flexible workforce. Research and guidance is also increasing […]
Heading into a recession with a high unemployment rate has many Canadians concerned about job security, especially those in need of part-time or seasonal work.
Canadian businesses have been hiring remote workers for quite some time. Up until recently, the majority were afraid to go there until they were forced to make it part of their business continuity plan. Now that they have proof-of-concept and see the benefits of a remote workforce, you can bet they’ll be sold on the […]
One of the hottest “work at home” businesses is becoming a VA (Virtual Assistant). Virtual assistants are, technically, freelancers who may do anything from social media management to secretarial tasks. Whatever skill you have that can be done remotely, is marketable under the ‘Virtual Assistant’ label.
The online income opportunity to get paid for taking surveys in Canada has greatly improved since I first started working online in the 90’s. Back then, only a handful of companies paid people to take surveys and few accepted applicants from this country. As Canadian businesses embrace the power of the Internet, and international businesses […]
By Michelle Brooks Whether you are a Canadian freelancer for the benefits of working from home or just for the chance to do something you’re passionate about, some things are good to keep in mind before choosing to do so. For instance, you need to know how to communicate with clients effectively while managing tight deadlines.
Susan Varano offers some fantastic tips for freelancer writers living in Toronto and the rest of Canada.