There is a new economy on the rise. It’s called Freelancing.
Nowadays freelancers are so in demand NOW. They call it the new job of the future. Based from statistics, it increases as year passes by.
According to Jeremy Neuner, which is a writer for Quartz.com
By 2020, more than 40% of the US workforce will be so-called contingent workers, according to a study conducted by software company Intuit in 2010. That’s more than 60 million people.
There are two players involve when it comes to freelancing. One is the business owner or the company owner and the other is the freelancer himself. In both of them, freelance work offers lots of benefits.
Although freelancing is great, it is not recommended for everybody. If you are newly graduate from college or you have no experience in a corporate world, it is still best to look for a job in a company first so that you can experience and learn system methodologies. Then slowly look for clients suited from your skills but don’t resign yet as you build your freelance work. In this way you still have a stable income from your work as well as from your freelance sideline work.