According to the 2017 study from the Freelancers Union, freelancing will hit the US workforce by 2027. Indeed, freelancers grow in numbers and professional skills. Today they’re more forward-thinking specialists compared to in-house employees. The only problem: The more freelancers within the market, the faster competition grows. So, you can’t sit and wait for clients ...
Securing freelance gigs for yourself doesn't have to take up too much time. With these four pro tips you'll land yourself in the right direction and be well on your way to success.
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Landing a new freelance gig is exciting. But, that doesn’t mean you need to accept every project that finds its way into your inbox.