30 de abril
Susan Mukami,Oketch Austine, David Kiriinya, Irene Wanjiru Gichuki and Billy Muyeka Muchesia work exclusively regarding the cyberspace, capitalising on the ever-increasing opportunities online. They inform us so just how ‘cosy’ it really is to the office from the couch, within the comfort of the homes. PHOTOS| CHRIS OMOLLO, PHOEBE OKALL AND DENNIS ONSONGO
- They don’t yearn for the office job many graduates that are young of; freelancing they state, suits them just fine
- This discerning set of young professionals we now have interviewed work exclusively from the cyberspace, capitalising from the ever-increasing opportunities online.
While a significant wide range of young Kenyans are freelancers for lack of ‘proper’ jobs, you can find those who choose this route as a result of flexibility, the freedom and also the number of opportunities that come with this option.
This discerning selection of young professionals we now have interviewed work exclusively from the cyberspace, capitalising on the ever-increasing opportunities online. They tell us just how ‘cosy’ it is to exert effort from the couch, into the comfort of the homes.
Susan Mukami, 25
Education: Environmental Studies and Community Development (Kenyatta University), Public Relations (Nairobi Institute of Business Studies)
In primary and school that is high Susan would write letters for classmates with their friends and family, as time passes, she graduated to drafting and editing scripts for plays. This is the way she started writing.
Why writing that is online?
I’ve had a long-running passion for words, and freelancing allowed us to practice the things I like. Before this, I worked as a projects coordinator in a national government ministry. The role was taxing, I hardly had any moment I had to wait an entire month for my pay for myself, and. I needed flexibility, thus I went and quit into freelancing.
Share with us your experience so far…
Freelancing helps one to grow pretty fast because you come in charge associated with development of your career and income have a glance at the web-site. I write for Potentash, a blog that publishes fiction, technology, finance, entertainment, lifestyle features and product critiques. Since joining the working platform in 2016, We have grown within my writing and editing skills and in the process that is general of creation. The experience happens to be nothing short of amazing.