Almost everybody has once faced with tough rules of job interviews: your clothes, biography and the whole appearance must be immaculate and meet the requirements of your potential employer. Otherwise you have no chance to get the job you are seeking for. However only few people are so flawless and self-confident that they are able to pass through all these tests without nervous tremor.
What about the others? Are they inevitably prone to be under such psychological pressure in order to get a chance to earn their own living?
Nowadays there exists a good alternative for those who don’t want to be among the victims of racism, discrimination against women, etc. – I mean telecommuting within the bounds of outsourcing. The only thing that does really matter here is your skills and talents. Nobody cares whether you are 14 or 75, what the color of your skin is, whether you are male or female and what your sexual orientation is. It’s necessary to be a good pro and have your own PC with the Internet access and the rest is rubbish. That’s just it!
Of course, telecommuting is suitable only for the intellectual labor market. But we live in the information technology era that demands more and more specialists in mental work rather than in physical work. So if you are a programmer, journalist, writer, designer, translator, etc. – why not to become a freelancer? Take your chance and try your luck in this area of activity.
Source by Sergey Grachyov