Invoice2Go tapped their active user base of 260,000 people from various industries to create an infographic covering the top insights for freelancers in the new workforce.
Working as a freelancer certainly has its perks, but financial security isn’t one of them. Here’s how to survive a crisis as a freelancer. By Ann Brown.
If it costs that much, you’re doing it wrong. Why companies that spend big still end up with inferior products, by Melissa Mesku.
Everyone’s online. So why are far too many people failing to make any substantial money in their digital ventures? Jenny Holt explores.
Are you an employee or an independent contractor? While there’s still no hard-and-fast rule, the Department of Labor made a strong effort to clarify the distinction. Here’s an overview of their six-step test. By Tim Becker, Esq.
It may sound difficult and expensive, but spending a year traveling and working actually is quite feasible, especially if you go as a group. That’s what we’re doing with coWork the World.
I spoke to Stephane Kasriel, CEO of Upwork, the world’s largest online marketplace for freelancers and businesses. Here he offers his top tips for making it in the gig economy in 2016 and beyond.
Working abroad isn’t easy, but it’s incredibly rewarding. Here is how it worked out for me – and a bit of a cautionary tale if you are thinking of making the jump yourself. By Aude Konan.
Pop icon Taylor Swift took on Apple last week and Apple capitulated. But certain questions linger about the durability of surface-level wins. Cultural critic Shaun Scott on how millennials “shake it off.”
We’re in the middle of a freelancer boom. But what about engineering? There’s some indication that freelance engineers are on the rise, but they have a long way to go in establishing the same independent work culture that web developers and digital creatives have long had.
Is my adulterous relationship with many types of work preventing me from having a harmonious marriage with one skillset, one industry? Well, too bad. In defense of juggling multiple jobs, projects and streams of income.
As a free agent I almost always have time or money, but rarely both. This leaves me doing things in my business that I just suck at sometimes. By Katy Tynan, author of Free Agent