Why might your freelancer push for a contract? It's generally not a red flag and can protect you in the end.
Trusting Your Freelancer
Most of the people who hire me have never worked with a freelancer before. Many have never worked with a professional writer or editor. Even with reviews and work samples, it can be hard to trust a stranger with your project and its potential outcomes.
Screen Casting Made my Life a Little Brighter
I don't think I've had this much fun just exploring new software since I learned the full scope of queries and reports available in Access. In other words, it's been a while, and I'm looking forward to adding this to my service offerings.
Why I Charge Hourly Rates
I'm occasionally asked why I charge hourly for most jobs. Some clients would very much prefer a flat fee or to pay by the word, both of which are common payment models for writers and editors. The short explanation is that each project is unique and requires its own special touch. At the end of the day, an hourly charge ensures I get paid fairly for the work I've done to provide what the client has requested.
It’s Residency Personal Statement Season
With the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) going live for programs on September 15, we are rapidly approaching the point where all application materials need to be ready to upload.