Finding career advice isn’t always easy when you’re a contractor. There’s plenty of help available for permanent employees looking to find a job, to develop their skills and discover how to progress, but it’s not as easy to find for the self-employed.
When you work for yourself, you’re in charge of your career, so it’s up to you to make the decisions. You’re free to find your own niche and develop the skills you want. But do you know just how to go about this?
We created our industry specific advice to help the self-employed with their careers. If you’re wondering how to find your niche, where to source contracts or what earnings you can expect to take home, we’ve got you covered. Using our years of helping contractors from different industries, we are well placed to provide all of the support you need.
Benefits of Becoming an Oil and Gas Engineer
The oil and gas industry is one of the few industries that has ever increasing job opportunities, meaning there are plenty of contracts.
Solvency II Actuarial Contractors
The introduction of the Solvency II Directive in 2012 means that there has never been a more exciting time to become an actuarial contractor.
Retired and Former Police Consultants
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Becoming a Limited Company Locum Vet
Learn about the benefits of working as a locum vet and discover how your working practices could differ from that of a permanent employee.
Becoming a Limited Company Locum Doctor
Many doctors are making the move from permanent to contracting, commanding higher rates of pay with an increased demand in the market.
Health and Social Care Consultant
Discover how you can help the rising demand being placed on the health and social care sector, through becoming a contractor.