Jobs of the Future: Surviving the Robot Revolution

Jobs of the Future: Surviving the Robot Revolution

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Jobs of the Future: How to Survive the Coming Robot Revolution Automation is here.  With increasingly more connected devices, equipment and machinery and their connectedness becoming more sophisticated it's inevitable that low-complexity jobs can be automated away.  In fact, there is reason to believe that more intermediate-complexity jobs are likely going to be automated as well.  This article explore where we will be the jobs of the future (for humans)? It almost seems like everyday that we hear how Google is making progress on their automated car program.  They've been testing more and more, putting more of their trial cars with their unique machine-learning and artificial intelligence algorithm on some fake roads to help it learn and correct it's mistakes.  It may still be a while before we see fully-automated…
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The Future Is Automated: How Will This Affect Your Job?

The Future Is Automated: How Will This Affect Your Job?

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The Future Is Automated: How Will This Affect Your Job? The future is automated.  Or so they say -- not a day goes by these days without running across more articles predicting the end of low-skill jobs.  Jobs indeed CAN be displaced, so what does this mean for your job? The End of Jobs? If there is anything we can be sure about, it is that change in business happens whether we like it to or not.  One can prepare for business cycles by "skating to where the puck is".  Many famous and highly successful entrepreneurs have done that including Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com, Steve Jobs of Apple and Bill Gates of Microsoft. Betting on the future is hard if not impossible, but many have tried with limited consistent accuracy.  So…
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Sharing Economy: How to Make Money While Having Fun

Sharing Economy: How to Make Money While Having Fun

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Sharing Economy: How You Make Money While Having Fun Traditional freelancing means you have a high-demand skill that you are using for your clients.  How with the sharing economy, you are using your skill as a business person and spaces to create the life you want. Who says you cannot have the cake and eat it too?!  Life is too short to not be having fun in one's work.  After-all whether you are a 9-to-5er, a freelancer or solopreneur, business owner you spend 1/3 or more of your time working, earning money so you can pay your bills. In recent years with the help of technology, social media and third-party platforms have made it possible to go into business of yourself.  In the case of AirBnB, you can be an…
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Just How Big Is the Gig Economy?

Just How Big Is the Gig Economy?

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Just How Big Is the Gig Economy? In the latest report and study published by the Pew Research Center there is about a quarter of all Americans that earn money on a digital platform. Though there is conflicting news about how big and how resilient the gig economy is and there are some that even have trouble identify what exactly the gig economy, this new research from Pew is pointing to how the future of work may be changing and certainly the future of how American families earn income. Let's be clear, the findings was that 24% of Americans said they either earned some or all of their income from a digital means and these are wide ranging.  Some include: Doing Online Surveys (for compensation) Ride-hailing services (like Uber or…
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Hello Freelancers!

Hello Freelancers!

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Welcome to The Freelancer Community! The Freelancer Community Magazine is a magazine for Freelancers, Solopreneurs, Self-Employed and Independent Contractors or whatever else you call yourselves. We are the silence majority, working our site hustle, working on our laptops for the things on there, hanging out at coworking spaces and sipping free coffee in our slow roaster. We are free-lancers.  We rule the world by controlling our own world first.  We believe in improving our own condition and contributing back to our lives, our families, communities we serve and countries we travel through. We call the world our home, being digital nomads.  The world is truly our oyster and we live for novel experiences that enrich our lives.  We, in-turn, tell our friends, share our world with them in our sharing…
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