Are you a fresh college or high school graduate at the very beginning of your journey looking for ways to monetize your passion for photography?
Or maybe you have already built a career in a different profession but always have had this dream of pursuing a new creative path? It’s never too late, especially, in the modern world where things change so rapidly that it’s difficult to keep up.
So now you are wondering, how much you are going to make and keep having doubts. The truth is, you are not going to become rich tomorrow – it’s a very challenging and highly competitive field and you will have to work hard to earn your place in the sun. But don’t get discouraged, even beginners earn £25-$75 per hour, and as you grow your business and expand your clientele, you can get from £200 to £500+ per hour of work!
The Bank of England’s chief economist has told MPs the UK economy has recovered “roughly half” of its massive hit from the coronavirus crisis.
Andy Haldane said business surveys and other data suggested output was recovering at a rate of 1% a week following the dark days of the full lockdown – imposed on the economy in March – to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Mr Haldane, who was the only member of the Bank’s rate-setting committee to vote against an expansion of its coronavirus asset purchase programme last month, made his remarks in evidence to the House of Commons’ Treasury Select Committee.
The coronavirus lockdown effects are due to tip the UK into its sharpest recession for many generations.
Official figures, compiled by the Office for National Statistics, have shown a negative performance for the first quarter of the year – tipped by a 5.8% fall in March as
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Reuters has appointed key editorial roles in bureaus across Asia on Monday:
—Angie Teo has been appointed Indonesia bureau chief and will lead Reuters coverage across the world’s fourth-most populous country. Teo joined Reuters in 2010 reporting on palm oil pricing in Malaysia before joining Reuters Video News and in 2014 moved to Jakarta to run Reuters video operation. She has anchored various major stories in Asia including the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines MH370, the assassination of Kim Jong Nam and the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka.
—Karen Lema has been appointed bureau chief of the Philippines. Lema joined Reuters in 2006 as a contractor before becoming a staff treasury correspondent in 2008. As acting bureau chief previously, She led the team during a period that saw the fallout from the $81 million Bangladesh Bank cyber heist and the meteoric rise of Rodrigo Duterte to the presidency in