One of the best things about working for yourself is being free from the 9-5 and in charge of your own work. But many new contractors are surprised to find that interview techniques and a strong CV are equally as important when you work for yourself. Just because you’re no longer employed doesn’t mean first impressions shouldn’t matter.
Though this is the same, knowing where to find work and what to include on your resume is vastly different and it can be confusing when you’re new to the process.
Help is at hand, thanks to our careers advice. You’ll find all you need to know, from finding work, optimising your income and nailing your interview techniques.
Finding a Contract and Freelance Work
Looking for a contract or freelance work? Finding work can be a challenge. We've listed a few hints and tips that clients have shared with us.
How to Write a Contractor CV
Creating a serviceable CV isn’t easy. To help, we’ve put together this comprehensive guide on how to write the perfect contractor CV.
Like moving banks or changing your energy supplier, changing your accountant may seem like a huge gamble. Read how an IT Contractor in London made the move.
What to Do If a Client Cancels a Contract
In business, circumstances often change. That's why it’s important you know how to react if a client wants to cancel a contract with you.
LinkedIn for Contractors
LinkedIn is a valuable tool, but are you making the most of it? We've put together some information to help you use LinkedIn to find a contract.
Contractor Interview Tips
Are you going for an interview in a contracting position? We have detailed some contractor interview tips which you may find useful.