Julia Ryder, Author at Jobble

About Julia Ryder

Julia graduated in May of 2016 from Suffolk University in Boston, MA with a strong passion for entrepreneurship. Following her entrepreneurial passions Julia joined Jobble. As the Marketing Manager of Jobble, Julia is in charge of developing, implementing and executing strategic marketing plans in order to attract potential customers and retain existing ones. Julia is expected to complete her MBA in Spring of 2018 from Suffolk University. In her free time Julia can be found on Cape Cod spending time with her family and two chocolate labs! She is obsessed with nature and everything sweet (especially donuts)!

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // November 19, 2018

How Gig Economy Workers Can Save Thousands on Their Taxes – Jobble Taxes don’t have to be such a headache for gig economy workers. In fact, by taking the right deductions, you can actually save thousands of dollars each year, lightening

How Gig Economy Workers Can Save Thousands on Their Taxes

Those who work in the gig economy— from rideshare drivers to Postmates couriers to pet sitters to truck drivers— know that while their anti-9-5 lifestyle is undeniably freeing, the tax burden that comes with that freedom makes for a pretty

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // November 12, 2018

Helping Jobble Find Easy, Affordable Health Insurance [Infographic] – Jobble Let’s face it: health insurance can be really confusing and stressful. Jobble teamed up with Stride to help you find great, affordable health insurance in just 10 minutes or less. You’ll

Helping Jobble Find Easy, Affordable Health Insurance [Infographic]

Let’s face it: health insurance can be really confusing and stressful. What’s a deductible? How are copayments and coinsurances different? What are subsidies? What’s the difference between an HMO and PPO? How much coverage do I need and how do

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // November 5, 2018

  The US Now Has More Than 56.7 Million Freelance Workers—and They Vote – Quartz Some 70% of full-time freelancers participated in skills training in the past six months, compared with only 49% of full-time workers who are not freelancers.

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // October 29, 2018

  7 Simple And Effective Hacks For Securing A Steady Flow Of Gigs – Forbes The gig economy. It’s what you have become a part of. And now that you are in this “freelancer” world, you know that you have

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // October 22, 2018

  Gig Economy Workers Will Benefit From Blockchain Tech – Crypto Briefing Freelancers in the gig economy enjoy the flexibility of their own schedule, ditching the commute, and a limitless potential of earned income. On the other side of the

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // October 15, 2018

  What The 4th Industrial Revolution Will Mean For Your Career – Forbes We are at the beginnings of a new industrial revolution that will not only fundamentally transform most industries and businesses but will also have a wide-reaching impact

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // October 8, 2018

  Size of Global Gig Economy Is $3.7 Trillion – SIA The size of the global gig economy was estimated at $3.7 trillion in 2017, said Staffing Industry Analysts President Barry Asin in a keynote speech this morning at the

The Jobble Gig Economy Roundup // October 1, 2018

Thriving In The Gig Economy: 15 Key Strategies For Success – Forbes The current gig economy requires different modes of operating than the standard office job opportunities of the past. To survive, key traits such as versatility, focus and patience