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Can Your Freelancing Career Survive Another Pandemic?

May 31, 2021
by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.
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We are still feeling the impact of this pandemic.

When will this end?

No one knows.

I hope all is well with you.

With that being said, a lot of people navigated a freelance career during this crisis.

Though, some freelancers lost their clients while others have experienced a decline in working hours.

Hence, a drop in income.

So, this makes us wonder...

Can Your Freelancing Career Survive Another Pandemic?

That's what we'll talk about in our FLIP Chat & Chill, on Monday, May 31 at 6PM.

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by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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77 comments on “Can Your Freelancing Career Survive Another Pandemic?”

  1. yes kasi gaya ko na newbie lang parang ang hirap makipagcompete sa mga may experienced na , then most of the job post na they need with at least 1 or 2 years of experienced related to the job.

  2. Im newbhie here and i really wanted to learn aboout freelancing field . I have 6 years of experience for being a supervisor as customer service.And i hope this is a good choice for me.

  3. Good day po, Im still a college student and I want to take risk in freelancing. I'm also new in this field and i'm still finding my skills that I can offer in the near future. Do you think I can land a part time job even though I'm a college student?

  4. Yes. Agree. Especially us freelancers. Most of us are the bread winner of our family. So if you disregard your health and you become sick, everyone in the family is affected.

  5. Good evening po. Currently I am working remotely as VA by chance... I am thankful coz I was given the opportunity to get a job during this tough times. I wanted to improve more in skills and gain knowledge in tools. I believe that this is the right place for me to learn.

  6. Agree I'm preparing myself to be a freelancer, My career in corporate world is like up and down because I always consider the salary to support my family.However looking forward to freelancing I can see myself growing in this industry.

  7. Hi!!I'm a newbie.totally clueless with everything. Teacher for more than 10 years and ngayon gusto ko na bitawan. Kaso pag ginagawa ko resume, I suddenly feel discouraged as feeling ko, walang papansin since ang layo ng pagtuturo sa mga trabaho na gusto ko. Gusto ko na kasi non voice so I'll have time for my child. Can I get encouraging words from you that I still have chance?

    1. Ylem Reyem There's no age limit when it comes to online freelancing. As long as you can fulfill the client's assigned tasks, age will just be a number.

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