In the years past, those who didn’t go to college were often relegated to menial jobs while the graduates enjoyed white collar positions. But in recent times, the relevance of a college education has been called to question, as more alternative ways of gaining skills (aka the internet) have gotten the limelight.
As the number of refugees continues to increase around the world, it is becoming more and more important to introduce initiatives and work models that can help them lead a better life. Freelancing, specifically, can be a viable option that can help refugees gain stability and an income without the amount of resources and background that companies often require.
Freelancing has evolved over the years from a word used to describe a “medieval mercenary warrior” or “free-lance”, in the late 1700s, to a word used to describe a ‘one person company’. Nowadays over millions of people freelance, in almost any field; through simplified and easy means, thanks to the internet and technological advancements.
Cryptocurrency is the new wave form of financial currency transactions within the market. Businesses from all over the world are tuning into the hype, and using it as a seamless, decentralized, hassle-free method of payment. But what are the crypdos and crypdont’s? Can we rest easy knowing there will be no third-party interference?