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In the UK, the creative industries have enjoyed considerable growth over the past few years. With a growth of 50% since 2010, it's easy to see why many contractors and freelancers are ditching permanent employment in favour of taking charge of their career.
Do you have a creative flair? There’s a good chance you will have considered contracting but aren’t too sure how to go about it. Our guide will provide a few hints and tips to help you get started.
Becoming a contractor could be one of the best choices you make, plus there's plenty of benefits:
Contracting has many benefits, but there are a few negatives to point out.
Get in touch to find out more about how contracting could benefit you.
Some contractors test the water by continuing in their permanent employment whilst freelancing on the side to get themselves set up. This is certainly a good option, particularly if you’re new to contracting, but it’s best to inform your employer in case you have any restrictions in your contract.
As a contractor, you have the option to work in a number of ways, these include:
Find out how to maximise your take-home pay and become a successful contractor in our free guide. Also covered in our guide is:
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