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You're looking for a job. It happens. You've been laid off. Or you are a recent student. Or a child goes to kindergarten, and you finally have the opportunity to work.

But there's a crisis. It's not just the coronavirus that's killing people, it's killing businesses. Job seekers are a dime a dozen. So how do you find a job? In a way that is sure?

The problem of a good specialist is that his CV is not much different from others.

The problem of a good specialist is that his CV is not much different from others.

Everyone writes "responsible", "hardworking", "sociable"...

All this creates a noise in which it is easy for a good specialist to get lost. Especially if he is humble and honest.

What to do?

To answer this question, you need to understand how the site-building market behaves. During a crisis, production decreases, money turnover slows down and other very unpleasant things happen. So there will just be fewer orders?

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I think it's more complicated than that. If the site was to be made for a tick, it will not even be born, the crisis will not allow management to throw out even if not a lot, but the extra bucks on the site, as it will be considered an unnecessary luxury.

Mid- and lower-level freelancers, plus small mass-production studios, make these sites with the help of templates and iPhone mockup. So they'll get considerably less money, and if that's the market segment you're working in - it's time to think about an alternative.

Creating a more or less serious corporate website requires a larger budget (compared to the previous option). What company during the crisis will be able to lay out 5-10 thousand euros for the site? With the money and so will be a strain, but if the site should do - then it is necessary to do, but cheaper.

The majority of sites of this level are engaged in the production of good design studios, which have in their staff designers, layout designers, coders, some of whom often work remotely (in fact - freelancers from whom the studio buys off 80% of working hours). I assume that the production volume of such sites will decrease, and the cost of projects will be much lower than today.

If you work for such a studio - tighten on a tighter belt, and you probably have to give up 48-inch plasma screen, which looked at his beloved as a gift for the new year. (:

Large and very large studios (and their employees) that make beautiful and expensive websites - will live well. I can't say that they will make a good living, but they will work. As a rule, these studios in a quiet market can not keep up with the production of all wishing to order their sites. Yes, the demand for them to decrease, but I think there will still be more production capacity.

The dream of workers in such a company, of course, calmer than the sleep of their colleagues, but still, I would not advise them to relax.

The main problem - the demand for your services will fall substantially, the competition in the market will intensify, and many clever guys will start dumping in order to get something. But how not to join the ranks of the unemployed?

Nathalie Nicole Smith states that working hard and staying true to yourself are sure ways to win in life.

Honestly, there is no universal way, but here's what we advise if you find yourself in the role of a hungry web designer. Set specific goals: to ensure a steady stream of orders at above-market prices during the financial crisis. In order to achieve this goal, you must solve the following tasks: the search for clients (orders), their performance (possibly improving the quality of work, proper management), the effective use of the profits.