Freelancing and Gig Economy

Freelancing involves self-employment, offering services to multiple clients, and allows for project choice, rate setting, and flexible hours. The gig economy consists of temporary, flexible jobs, with workers paid per ‘gig’, often as independent contractors without traditional employee rights or benefits. Both offer flexibility and independence but can involve challenges like income instability and lack of benefits. They represent a shift towards more flexible work arrangements in the modern economy.
Questions that exist under Freelancing and Gig Economy : 4.

Question #1 by ThreadConnoisseuress

Freelance Portfolio Development: Showcasing Your Work and Expertise

Question added in 30/11/2023 - 1 Answer(s)

Question #2 by SubscribedSorcerer

Building a Personal Brand: Marketing Yourself as a Freelancer

Question added in 17/11/2023 - 5 Answer(s)

Question #3 by GoldHunterGal

Freelance Gig Selection: How to Choose the Right Projects and Clients?

Question added in 15/11/2023 - 4 Answer(s)

Question #4 by GoldRushRebel

Freelancing in a Post-Pandemic World: Navigating the Evolving Work Landscape

Question added in 14/11/2023 - 4 Answer(s)