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Working for different companies at different times rather than being permanently employed by one company,
  1. Working for different companies at different times rather than being permanently employed by one company
    • - a freelance journalist
  2. Independent or uncommitted in politics or personal life

  1. Earn one's living as a freelance

  1. A person who earns their living in such a way

  2. A medieval mercenary

  1. Earning one's living in such a way
    • - I work freelance from home

  1. freelancer: a writer or artist who sells services to different employers without a long-term contract with any of them
  2. working for yourself
  3. work independently and on temporary contracts rather than for a long-term employer
  4. mercenary(a): serving for wages in a foreign army; "mercenary killers"
  5. Freelance is a 1971 film starring Ian McShane. It was written and directed by Francis Megahy.
  6. 'FreeLance' is a 2007 low-budget independent film directed by Drew Sawyer and written by Sean Mann and Drew Sawyer. It was filmed in Rome, GA and premiered at the Rome International Film Festival. Later that year, FreeLance showed at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival.
  7. The James Bond novels and films are notable for their memorably despicable villains and henchmen. Each Bond villain has numerous henchmen to do their bidding.
  8. A freelancer, freelance worker, or freelance is somebody who is self-employed and is not committed to a particular employer long term.
  9. (Freelancer (game)) Freelancer is a space trading and combat simulation video game developed by Digital Anvil and published by Microsoft Game Studios. ...
  10. (Freelancer) A publishing term for writers, photographers and other creators who work independently and may retain the copyrights to the materials they create.
  11. (Freelancer) Freiberufler, freier Mitarbeiter
  12. (Freelancer) Independent contractor, as opposed to being a full- or part-time member of a company’s or publication’s staff.
  13. (Freelancer) Players can explore several planets and systems colonized centuries prior to the start of the game.
  14. (Freelancer) Professional, such as writer or photographer, who is self-employed, thus free to accept work from many clients. Also called contract artist.
  15. (Freelancer) Self-employed supplier of professional services such as art, copywriting, advertising sales and journalism. Freelance journalists are usually termed 'Correspondent' or 'Stringer', especially those from overseas sources.
  16. (Freelancer) Someone that works on short-term contracts (one week to six months but can be more or less). Usually from home but can work in the client’s office. Learn more
  17. (Freelancer) Someone who works alone, usually on a contract-to-contract basis.
  18. (Freelancer) someone who provides professional services to employers or companies, which they worked independently, anytime and anywhere, and get paid.
  19. (Freelancers) A self-employed person working in a profession or trade working independently or as a paid full time freelancer to working for a specific company.
  20. (freelancers) People who work independently of a firm and offer their work to anyone who is willing to pay.
  21. (Freelancing) dangerous situation at an incident where an individual carries out tasks alone or without being assigned; violation of personnel accountability procedures.
  22. A model not based on any particular prototype. May incorporate features from several different prototypes.
  23. A person, also known as a "freelancer" or an "independent contractor", selling their work or services, usually by negotiated contract, without being on a regular salary basis for only one employer; derived from a "mercenary" without loyalty, alignment, or allegiance. ...
  24. Self-employed person who doesn’t have one job as such, but moves from project to project, or show to show. They are responsible for their own working hours, tax, National Insurance, etc.
  25. independent contractor hired to work on a book or article.