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Occasionally when you are a freelancer, you will come across an employer that only wants a quick, specific job done. It will be a temporary position and once the job is done you will no longer be working for that company or person. These types of freelance opportunities are great if you bore easily or do not like doing the same things day after day. But for long term prospects of keeping the bills paid, this type of freelance opportunity really should only be taken on occasion when you have time between your other clients.

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