Change is Coming!

We all know change is inevitable, right? Well, after much thought and consideration, and nearly 30 years of improving resumes for people across the globe, Peterson’s has decided to wind down our interests in ResumeEdge. While the service will be temporarily unavailable to new users, there’s a new strategy in the works, and we hope to introduce a new version shortly – please check back soon for more information.

If you just signed up for ResumeEdge, don’t worry, we’ve got your back and will continue to provide you with our services through March 31st. We know that many of you have come to rely on ResumeEdge, and we want to thank you all for your trust in our product, and encourage you to come back for more information on how to access the new product.

Thank you again, and we’ll see you soon!

Freelance workers on the rise

POSTED: March 25, 2014 at 10:45 am

Freelance work has become very popular over the years, and it’s estimated that 1 in 3 Americans are currently freelance workers and that number continues to rise. With healthcare costs increasing, companies are making the shift to freelance work.  Baby boomers are looking to supplement their incomes, so freelance work is a perfect fit.  With a competitive market, you may want to explore the idea of becoming a freelancer, as there are many benefits.


This is one of the biggest benefits of freelancing. You have control over your own schedule, freedom and the opportunity to own your career. You don’t need to request permission for time off, but instead own your schedule. You never have to miss another ball game or fun event.

No commute

No more traffic lights, or bumper to bumper traffic, or driving through a snow storm to make it to work. You’ll also save on gas, and wear and tear on your car, since you won’t have a daily drive. You can work from the comfort of your home—in your pajamas if you want too!

Income control

You can save on gas money, child care expenses, and control your income. You can determine how much you make and not wait on an annual raise—if it hasn’t been cut from the budget. You can choose to take on additional clients when you have the capacity, or even outsource work to others if you have too much.

Coworking Spaces

A fairly recent phenomenon, coworking spaces have gained popularity in the last several years as a place for freelancers, satellite employees and small companies to have a professional environment. Many freelancers enjoy the added flexibility of a coworking space—come in when you need to use the printer, have a client meeting, or if you just need to get out of the house, but you’re not tied to the cost of a traditional office space. There are many other benefits that I didn’t mention, such as lower stress level, control over work and many others. Where do you begin to find work?  There is a great website that can help you do just that. Visit Workhoppers to get started today