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freelance

1. Politics a person, esp a politician, who supports several causes or parties without total commitment to any one
2. (in medieval Europe) a mercenary soldier or adventurer
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From mercenaries to heroes: a tour for the History of the Freelance Journalism
To break into the world of freelance writing, you need to have written.
A freelance writer from Tokyo, 44, wrote a book describing Meshimakobu mushrooms as effective in curing terminal cancer.
Chicago, Illinois-area freelance photographer Jim Summaria moves in on an Allstate Insurance employee, capturing her response as she tries to do two things at once, yet the wide-angle lens still allows him to include much of her working environment in the frame.
Tony Gosgnach is a freelance media person who also is assistant editor of the monthly newspaper The Interim.
* Freelance illustrator Anna Payne-Krzyzanowski won an honourable mention for best illustration for an image she created to accompany a June/July 2004 story entitled It is more blessed to give than to receive.
According to Payoneer's Global Gig Economy Index, Pakistan has ranked on the top slot of fastest-growing freelance markets in Aisa, beating both India and Bangladesh at 7th and 8th position, respectively.
According to the global payment platform Payoneer's Global Gig Economy Index, published in Forbes, Pakistan was among the top freelance markets leaving behind regional countries including India, Bangladesh and Russia.
HTF MI released a new market study on Global Freelance Management Software Market with 100+ market data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed analysis.
According to the media people, freelance journalists and columnists the budget documents so provided to them by the Press Information Department (PID) do not contain all the important documents i.e.
Across the UK 15 per cent of workers have had to turn to payday lenders or shortdevelopment term finance solutions due to inconsistent payments for freelance work and in the West Midlands it is 20 per cent.
Across the UK 15 per cent of workers have had to turn to payday lenders or short-term finance solutions due to inconsistent payments for freelance work and in the West Midlands it is 20 per cent.