Being a social media assistant certainly has its perks—you can often work from home, set your own hours, and (for anyone passionate about social media) have a lot of fun.
That being said, every job has its downside—and for many social media assistants that downside is the challenge of constantly searching for new clients. Investing unpaid time and energy into self-promotion and the job hunt can be quite draining. That’s why it’s important to be smart finding new work. Here are our top 5 tips for finding social media assistant jobs: