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Jeffrey Voccola Professor Blackstone English 101 5 May 2001 Freelance--an Hour’s Pay for an Hour’s Work In today’s competitive job market, with an increasing number of qualified applicants vying for the same job, some people are turning to freelance work as a means of employment. These temporary, hourly positions provide more opportunity to a greater number of people and offer an alternative to part-time or “temp” jobs, which often pay less and require little skill. However, while freelance positions offer flexible hours and a more challenging work experience, they lack many of the benefits of a customary, full-time position and may not suit everyone. Perhaps the greatest advantage of freelance work over traditional employment is the flexibility it allows. Because employers contact the freelancer with only one specific project in mind, the employee can accept or decline the task without reprimand or consequences should he or she refuse. The employer can always turn to another freelancer, so there is no pressure on the part of any
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