Thanks for sticking with me through this Working in Japan series! I was wrote it as I was going through the job hunting process myself, during which I received a few hiring offers. One of those was a great paying, part-time teaching position that I ended up going with so I’ll have time to pursue more translation work and help build my freelance translation portfolio from April onwards.
One of the ways I’ve been getting into freelance work is with the freelancer website, oDesk. If you’re interested in translation or freelancing in other fields, I definitely recommend giving it a click. The site itself is pretty thorough with its explanation on how to use and make money with it, but I’ll be addressing a few things that apply to freelance translation or my personal experience with the site.