For 9-5 workers, time is a vital resource. There’s never enough of it to get everything done, especially when you spend more than 30 minutes commuting from your house to your workplace and vice-versa.
Time is difficult to come by for the busiest of people, but luckily, there’s hope in freelancing.
The numerous people making the switch from full-time jobs to freelancing mostly because the conditions are almost always better – a freelancer can work wherever and whenever, as long as he or she respects the deadline.
The thing is – people hate it when they can’t control how their work day goes. With freelance jobs, they are simply searching for a way to obtain control over their own schedules.
Nothing can beat freelancing at the moment, and the infographic below shows some intriguing stats about how the financial state of freelancers improved within the last 3 years – drastically.
Consider a freelancing career if you’ve never done it before – the first few steps are quite rough, but after the first few jobs, you won’t regret investing your time in putting together that perfect freelance job application.
Websites offering a rather easy way to earn money always take a certain percentage of your earned amount in order to stay alive (for example, Upwork takes 20%, less if you earned more than $500 through a single client), but if you have 5-10 minutes to compile an attractive offer on a knowledge sharing platform, you’ll be earning more money than you could imagine, while working from the comfort of your own home!