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    Freelancing Project Managers? about 4 months ago

    Maybe put your profile on websites like https://www.upwork.com/ or https://talent.hubstaff.com/. It's probably not easy to get the first job there and even more complicated as a PM (on contrary to dev/content writer jobs). If you decide to do the above, please share your experience as I think it's a bit terra incognita for PMs (at least for me ;-) ). Cheers!