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7 fabulous hiring tools (for freelancers, entrepreneurs alike)

No matter how you’re trying to build your budding team, hiring can be a challenge, so here are 7 fabulous hiring tools to get you headed in the right direction.

Hiring can be difficult

The hiring process can be incredibly daunting if you are not sure of where to start. There are so many different where you can look online, but it is tough to determine what is good to use.

Never fret, we have compiled seven great hiring tools worth checking out below!


7 fabulous hiring tools for ya

1. Gigster: If you’re looking to form a development team, Gigster is the place to start. Users are connected with Silicon Valley based product managers as well as the top five percent of software developers. In minutes, you will have a price quote.

2. Juiiicy: This is a fresh way of finding freelance projects from top designers. The platform is a private community for designers to refer freelance jobs to others or apply to jobs posted by others. Juiiicy boasts hundreds of jobs per week making it the perfect place for freelancers to peruse.

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3. OnSite: This is a curated marketplace of freelance opportunities, matched to qualified, available talent. Companies that are members of the site post jobs which detail the exact skills, location and dates that are required. OnSite is built to give information on skill match, availability, rate and interest.

4. Freelanship: These freelance-based projects are built for interns. Their idea behind “Why intern when you can freelance?” is based around gaining experience. Users can apply to projects which can help expand networks, add to your portfolio and give enough experience for a full-time job. In addition, their idea of “Why outsource when you can insource?” is based around getting projects completed by affordable and talented students and graduates. These workers also benefit from adding to their portfolio and gaining experience.

5. AirPair: This site offers a network of the world’s top software developers. With pair programming, code review, resources, chat support and training, AirPair works to introduce users to software experts and allows them to hire developers for their work.

6. This team works to find users the world’s top freelance developers. Through the steps of Discover, Appraise and Deliver, learns about what you’re looking for and sifts through the competition to find you the perfect developer.

7. PayDesk: “Hire a journalist” is the simple explanation of what PayDesk is all about. They have over 3,000 journalists in over 150 countries that are ready for hire. Through three simple steps of Find A Journalist, Book An Assignment and Pay Securely Online, users can find the journalist perfect for their project.

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Hiring can be a tricky process but these seven sites can help get you off on the right foot for your next project.


Staff Writer, Taylor Leddin is a publicist and freelance writer for a number of national outlets. She was featured on Thrive Global as a successful woman in journalism, and is the editor-in-chief of The Tidbit. Taylor resides in Chicago and has a Bachelor in Communication Studies from Illinois State University.



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