Career Coach Beaverton OR

I am a Marketing Manager in a dead end job and desperately want to go freelance. My problem is, unlike all my married friends I do not have the luxury of a husbands second income to get me started. Can you recommend any organization where a single girl can get support to break off on her own? Congratulations on wanting to work for yourself! It's a challenge but plenty have gone before you and have done it successfully married AND single!

Agility Computers
(503) 445-2622
10228 Southwest Park Way
Portland, OR
Services
Management Consultants, Computers and Equipment Repair and Maintenance
Hours
Mon-Sat
24 Hours Service

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Connectworks
(503) 641-4354
P.O. Box 219
Bearverton, OR
 
aBusinessPlan.com
(310) 921-8115
14335 Sexton Mountain Road, Suite 12A
Beaverton, OR
 
Technology Consultants
(503) 356-4105
4125 SW 185th Ave
Beaverton, OR

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Jay C. Brandon, Jr. Training for Results
(503) 292-3929
360 S.W. Breeze Court
Portland, OR
 
Fujitsu Consulting
(503) 520-9202
9875 SW Sunshine Ct
Beaverton, OR

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R & R Technologies
(503) 459-1153
3800 SW CEDAR Hills Blvd
Beaverton, OR

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Weatherwise Inc
(503) 203-1773
1515 SW 66th Ave
Portland, OR

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MB Consulting
(503) 312-2583
8066 SW 168th Avenue
Bearverton, OR
 
Western Strategies, LLC
(503) 260-3235
13500 S.W. Pacific Hwy., #523
Portland, OR
 
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Going Freelance as a Single Woman

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I am a Marketing Manager in a dead end job and desperately want to go freelance. My problem is, unlike all my married friends I do not have the luxury of a husbands second income to get me started. Can you recommend any organization where a single girl can get support to break off on her own?

 

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Congratulations on wanting to work for yourself! It's a challenge but plenty have gone before you and have done it successfully married AND single! Check out freelanceunion.org . This site might offer some support: MediaBistro.com . Ladies Who Launch is also an excellent resource to help you figure out what they first steps would be to get you moving toward be an independent worker.


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