It’s been a difficult year. Some of us are just clinging on by the skin of our teeth, while others have undergone dramatic lifestyle changes in a matter of months.
Pretty much everything has changed since COVID-19 reared its ugly head, especially the world of work. If you’re like millions of other people, you might find yourself looking to the future and considering a career change due to the pandemic.
Maybe you’re currently working as an employee but want more freedom, maybe you’ve found yourself jobless and in need of a new direction, or maybe you want to put your social media skills to good use and help other brands.
Whatever your reasons, it’s clear that hiring managers are less keen to bring on full-time staff during this time. While this might seem absolutely terrifying (especially if you’ve always enjoyed the comfort of permanent employment), it can also be incredibly liberating and a great way to use your social media skills in a new capacity.
If the prospect of working for yourself seems exciting, look no further than this in-depth guide that will show you what you need to get started, how to find clients, and ways to make it as a successful freelance social media manager.