What you need to know about freelance work: The best of The Post’s freelancers
We are in the early stages of a revolution in the way we work.
For the past three decades, the way people work in the newsroom has been defined by the types of tasks they are asked to do, and the types and lengths of the work they are required to do.
This has shaped the way the world works, and for the most part, it has been a success.
But what happens when someone wants to change the way that they work, and to start creating a new and different kind of work?
What happens when people start working in a new medium, a new job, and with a new language?
And what happens if they have never previously worked in a newsroom?
As freelancers, we need to be careful not to confuse this new and new work with the old work.
But we need also to recognize that, at least in part, we have become too reliant on the same old things.
The question of whether we are freelancers or employees can be answered only by taking a deeper look at our work.
This post is part of our series on the nature of work.
Read the previous installment here.
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