Online dating advice and career advice after the pandemic

July 4, 2021 at 7.29am by in Dating advice
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The internet has totally transformed almost every area of our lives, including dating and work. Since the vaccine has been found already, we will need to get used to the new normal.

  • Most people meet their partners online nowadays.

These days the most common and the most practical way to meet someone suitable is online dating, according to a recent study conducted in Europe and America. That’s why Internet dating has become so mainstream right now, especially during the pandemic and post-COVID. Currently, most singles would join dating sites in order to meet someone new. That is probably the best way to join the dating scene in the digital era.

At Simply Dating, we interview every Ukrainian woman in our office before she can submit her dating profile. In this way, we can guarantee that every lady is sincerely looking for a meaningful relationship with a foreign man.

We highly encourage you to utilize our audio/video chat feature online so that you can get to know the Ukrainian lady better before visiting her. Our website also offers an automatic translation service if you chat with her via text messages online. Besides, every Ukrainian woman is proactively learning English in order to communicate with a foreign man more fluently. 😊

As a reputable dating site, we are doing our best to give you the ideal internet dating experience so that you will find a satisfying and sustainable relationship with the lady of your dreams.

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  • The truth about the gig economy after the pandemic:

Many men are thinking about their love lives (online dating) as well as their careers after the pandemic as so many things have been changed fundamentally. Hence, here is our comprehensive advice.

Tom Bilyeu once said, “In our parents’ generation, an individual only had one job throughout their career. Somebody like my elder sister or her peers would have about five jobs in their lifetime. But it’s said that a person from Gen Z will probably have five jobs at the same time.” He was talking about the gig economy.

Obviously, the gig economy was probably a myth one decade ago. Yet in this day and age, it has become real: an increasing number of individuals have already joined the gig economy after the pandemic. Research shows that 50.9% of the total American workforce will be freelancers in 2027. That is to say, 86.5 million people in the United States will be freelancers within six years. However, is the gig economy better than a real job?

First of all, I have to admit that as a freelancer, I have more flexibility. Yes, most freelancers don’t really have to sit in the office all day as they oftentimes work from home. By contrast, a real job usually requires the employee to arrive at the office before 9 o’clock in the morning and the employee can only leave after 5 o’clock in the afternoon.

As a result, people who want a flexible schedule should consider becoming freelancers. That is especially important to individuals who prefer taking care of their kids at home without quitting their jobs.

Also, if you are a freelancer, it’s a bit easier for you to visit online dating sites on your computer during the daytime. But it’s almost impossible for you to use online dating websites if you work for a boss in the office because your computer in the office is probably monitored by your boss.

Second, if you are freelancing, excellence is expected all the time. This is something that you have to remember.

Frankly, freelancers are entrepreneurs, for they are self-employed and make money via a creative outlet. So, freelancers are running their own businesses. Apparently, if you own a business, you must be excellent every time; you cannot afford to be average. If you’re average, your clients/customers will definitely find somebody who’s better & you will not have a business.

Nevertheless, if you have a real job as an employee of a company, you don’t really have to be excellent. I know this isn’t a pleasant topic – if you’re average, you would be well-advised to have a job as when you are working for a company, it’s easier to do whatever you could and still get paid anyway.

As I see it, you may join the gig economy if you are actually good at your work.

Lastly, you can keep your day job and be a freelancer at the same time. There is nothing wrong with that. A lot of men need financial stability and security due to the number of responsibilities they have. As joining the gig economy inevitably involves some risk, you might keep your day job and become a freelancer at the same time. Then you will be able to lower your risk and pursue your passion. Perhaps you can get a part-time job and be a freelancer on the side. Or maybe your full-time job is relatively easy, so you can keep your day job and start a side hustle.

“If you are a freelancer, you will have more time to use online dating websites during your lunch break every day.”

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