As a freelance copywriter in New York, your work is never done.
Do you mean to say that it is hard to find regular freelance writing jobs, even here in New York City?
For those looking to succeed, employment is hard to find only because we lack the knowledge of where to find the work we want. However, for a freelance copywriter, New York is an excellent place to start working. In fact there may be no better place, actually.
With this city, it's all about being the first to get your resume in, right?
Well, 'hurry up and rush' is not always a good practice when it comes to this business. But, in this city it is often necessary to succeed. Clients demand work to be well done, complete, on time and in a rush! Can you meet those demands? Honing your skills to fit that of your employer is what is going to have you filling your name next to the job vacancies the company has. Most essential is being prepared, resume fully developed, portfolio in hand, when you walk in to speak to the new client. If you havenít gotten to this interview level yet, create these essential pieces, then begin the search by applying at companies that need your services. Think out of the box on this! In this sense, being a freelance copywriter in New York is no different to anywhere else.
In any city around the world, there are job vacancies waiting for the most qualified individuals. These people showcase their talents by providing well thought out examples of their work. They also get the edge because they are professional, serious minded individuals who want to make their difference within the world. Employment in this field is exploding as more and more people are needed to create effective copy for websites. Do you fit in? Land your first jobs by being prepared and outgoing.
Go, get what you want!
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This article was posted on August 18, 2005