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    looking for a job

    Hi,

    I'm pretty new to webdesign and at the moment just get sites through a friend who has a few contacts through his own business. But soon enough those sites are going to dry up and i'm going to have to find a new job, I would love to get a job in Webdesign / programming but I live in
    Grimsby Town (England) and there isn't many jobs I cant move town at the moment due to family reasons

    Does anybody know any employers who let you work from home? if so could you provide any links.

    I'm only looking for around £6 per hour and I can work up to whatever hours needed. I no some of the following..

    I would say I'm pretty comfortable in the following:
    PHP / MySQL
    CSS
    HTML

    And I also have basic knowledge of
    JavaScript
    Flash
    Photoshop

    here are the sites I have designed so far
    http://www.easternstone.co.uk/ (only just started this so a lot of work left but still some to have a look at)
    http://www.partylicious.co.uk (fancy dress shop)
    http://www.bwmplastics.co.uk (factory selling hooks, tape etc)
    http://www.have-a-site.co.uk (business site)
    http://www.excelseafoods.co.uk (fish factory)
    http://www.mountainjunky.co.uk (mountain climbers site)

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    You should try getafreelancer.com and getacoder.com.

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    Shameless self promotion but we're starting a new website, by freelancers for freelancers, called projectanswer.com .

    Avoid the rip-offs of the other websites that charge a monthly fee or take a huge cut out of the project budget for themselves.

    Thanks for your support!
    David
    ProjectAnswer.com

    Quote Originally Posted by croatiankid View Post
    You should try getafreelancer.com and getacoder.com.

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    Thanks to both of you i will check all those out,

    Thanks for the help

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    Hi,
    Here's another one for you to try:
    http://www.eulancers.com.

    Please forgive me if it sounds like self promotion, but I have got to get the word out ...somehow and help you at the same time!

    So give us a try... 3 EUR signup bonus!

    Thanks
    Last edited by eulancers; 02-04-2007 at 10:50 AM.


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