Let's say that you are on your lunch break at work and you decide to go onto Facebook Dating or Tinder or any of the online dating apps.
We've all been through it. The nervousness, hoping to get all the questions right, anything to ace the job interview.
You've read all the blogs about how to be a great Freelancer, or the best ways to get customers to your freelancing business. You've also signed up for Fiverr and Upwork.
As I mentioned on previous post, I was fired from my last job during this pandemic because, as an ex-co-worker that still talk to wrote to me, that my last employer thought that I can’t multitask. I was one of two people let go from that company. The person was let go because they were always late.
You have just recently had a divorce or a break up and it's been awhile since you were on a date. And since you're too busy, you decided to put up a dating profile.
Now that you are out of a job, you have to update your Resume, LinkedIn profile and more. There is one piece of information that you also have to update that might be problematic: References.