Freelancing As A Career On The Rise

Freelancing As A Career On The Rise
Innovation

More people are preferring to work part-time jobs now, a recent survey reveals.

Naresh Kumar
  • 2 september 2010

A recent survey done by one of the largest freelancing sites on the web, Elance, reveals that more and more people are choosing freelancing over traditional full time jobs. And contrary to popular belief, the economic recession is no longer driving people towards freelancing; in fact, as much as much 70 percent of those surveyed said they are happier working independently compared to when they had full time jobs. And what is the main thing they like about the freelance lifestyle? The survey reveals that 80 percent of freelancers said the freedom to have a flexible work schedule was the best part of working independently.

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