freelancer

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Synonyms for freelancer

a writer or artist who sells services to different employers without a long-term contract with any of them

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It'll be fun and it might help launch that freelance writing career you're always taking about.
95) for tips on how to break into the freelance writing market.
She taught elementary school intermittently until 1986, when she started freelance writing.
Daly, a law professor at Hamline University, ruled in November that the Post had violated the contract when it forbade Jim Thomas and Keith Schildroth of the newspaper's sports department from accepting some freelance writing assignments.
On April 18, budding writers will have the chance to attend a workshop at Pyramid on how to write non-fiction and make money out of freelance writing, delivered by professional writer Claire Gillman.
After 35 years, Pauline is retiring from Garden Organic to focus on her freelance writing and public speaking career from her home in Leamington, where she lives with husband Ian, tending to three allotments and two hens.
I'm gonna pursue a freelance writing career and concentrate on a novel I'm writing and some painting.
Food blogger Nikki Vivian said Twitter helped her set up her own food review and freelance writing business, Your Last Mouthful, after starting a food blog as a hobby in 2011, which she runs alongside her full-time job at Cardiff University.
She had been with the Michigan Milk Producers Association and has operated her own freelance writing business, she has written for Hoard's Dairyman and interned with Bader Rutter & Associates.
Then when I was in college, I was doing freelance writing for a music magazine, and I got to meet her.
During her years working as a market analyst she continued freelance writing for the Arkansas Catholic.
What began as a hobby eventually led to freelance writing, and his blog Laelaps has built up a readership of hard-core paleontology fans.
While Elufowoju continues his freelance writing and acting career (the latter including regular appearances in the BBC Radio 4 comedy series A Guide to Time-Wasting), he is devoting his special attention to his theatre company, recently awarded three-year touring funding by the Arts Council.
Frank Muir became an assistant head of light entertainment for the BBC, and then briefly head of entertainment for the newly-formed London Weekend Television in 1969, before returning to freelance writing.