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We are interested in the following types of content.
New or interesting news, items, analysis, thinking, innovation, events, happenings, movements, options, trends, styles, in Independent Contracting.
Job Hacking Movement:
Alternative ways to work, do work, live with work, outside of traditional employment. New or interesting news, items, analysis, thinking, innovation, events, happenings, movements, options, trends, styles, in job hacking.
New or interesting cloud tools, software, physical items and artifacts, and other tools related to working independently, indie contracting, entrepreneurship, startups, jobhacking.
Alternative examples, forms, styles, methods, and categories of work – other than traditional employment. i.e. Specific job-hacking examples.
New or interesting news, items, analysis, thinking, innovation, events, happenings, movements, options, trends, styles, in Self-Employment.
Small Business Staffing:
Anything related to how entrepreneurs, startups, small businesses, are structuring the relationship of individuals to the company – modifications to traditional employment arrangements for staff, modifications to the temp or staffing agency model, new takes on company – contractor relationships, challenges, woes, and alternatives to using 1099 contractors or staffing/temp agencies. Recruitment alternatives. Independent recruiter relationships, etc.
Small Business Startup:
New or interesting news, items, analysis, thinking, innovation, events, happenings, movements, options, trends, styles, challenges, in business startups.