The lawyers are not the only ones struggling with finding work post-Trump presidency.
They added the following considerations are just as important, "whether drawn with light or drawn with a charcoal stick or painted with oils":
Things to remember when looking for bonuses
Partnering with businesses - For instance, the blogger may use their site as ad space for brands to promote their products or services. Alternatively, they may write a sponsored post that features the company’s items or campaigns.
Photojournalism – taking photos that are theoretically not staged to report the news.
Now, Pinterest explained, creators will be able to tag products in their pins, as well. That means fans viewing the pin content can now go from inspiration to purchase from the Pinterest app. However, the path isn’t as straightforward as it is on Instagram, where a tap on a tag leads you to a page where you can then add an item to a shopping cart. Instead, Pinterest’s product tags tend to take you to another Pinterest page for the product in question, and from there you have to click again to visit the retailer’s website to complete your order.
But what if, despite your best efforts, there's just no full-time job to be had right now, and a part-time job won't put enough income in your pocket? If that's the situation you're in, the solution could boil down to stringing together a series of gigs that add up to a full-time income.