Freelancing is thriving economy. With the popularity of Fiverr, Upwork and other freelancing sites, you are no longer confined to a 9 to 5 office work. If you have the right skills, work attitude and technology, freelancing is quite tempting. You can be a virtual assistant, graphic designer or social media manager. According to Intuit survey, “6% of UK workers are using the gig economy to supplement their income”. But how is freelancing affects the economy?
Freelancing is saying goodbye to 9 to 5 job