What’s freelancing? How to do Work

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Freelancing is working independently for various organization rather than as an employee of a particular one.Choose your work. Being a freelancer means you don’t have a boss telling you what to do so you can say ‘no’ to jobs you don’t want. You might also get to work at home for specific projects. As long as your work is delivered to the deadline most clients won’t mind how and when you do it – making freelancing a good option for people who don’t want to work normal office hours.Many freelancers work from home, from freelancing hubs (workplaces for freelancers), or from coffee shops. However, it’s possible to work from anywhere in the world. I have done freelance work while sitting on a beach in the past!
The Benefits of Freelancing,
No point working day in and out, and at the end of a year, get a slight increment in salary with a note there is a scope for improvement.
As an individual, there is no denying fact there will always be scope for improvement, but have you ever wondered why the same extent of improvement doesn’t apply to salary?
So here are some of the critical points which I think one should consider in favor of being a freelancer and consider freelancing.
1-You are in Control – I decide what work I want to work on, when, how, and at what price. I set my working hours, and the days I am not willing to work are my weekends.
2-Make More Money – The more I work, the more I earn. I control my profit, and I am the only person responsible for my losses. In 2008, when I was planning to leave the job, the recession was on, and companies were trying to save funds and avoid losses. As an employee, it is always imperative to work the extra mile for the same pay and still get the feedback of scope for improvement.
3-Can’t be fired – If you lose the job, it’s a huge task to get a new one. One can be disturbed physically as well as mentally, but as a freelancer, you have multiple clients hiring you for different work. If one of your clients is down, it’s not as big a deal as losing a job because you don’t have all your eggs with one employer.
4-Working Like on Vacations – There is no rule that you can’t take your laptop with you and work from a beach or relocate to a better place for living. I was in Kolkata and moved to Surat now without any impact on my income.
5-No Bonds – You don’t need to make an upfront commitment on how many more months you will work at the same place, for the same manager, at the same salary.

18 Best Freelance Websites to Find Work in 2020

  1. Fiverr
  2. Upwork
  3. Toptal
  4. Simply Hired
  5. PeoplePerHour
  6. Aquent
  7. Crowded
  8. The Creative Group
  9. 99Designs
  10. Nexxt
  11. Writer Access
  12. TaskRabbit
  13. Skyword
  14. Designhill
  15. Freelancer
  16. Guru
  17. Hireable
  18. FlexJobs

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