Learn “Freelancing” in a LIVE stream on BeingGuru – Free Offer

More people than ever have started seeing freelancing as a long-term career path, Upwork reports.

According to a sixth annual “Freelancing in America” study, more people than ever have started seeing freelancing as a long-term career path. Published on Upwork blog, the study claims to reflect interesting insight about Freelancing and its future by saying;

Freelancing income totals almost $1 trillion — or nearly 5% of GDP — more than major industries like construction.

A survey was conducted on more than 6k U.S.workers over the age of 18 says that about 57 million Americans freelance.

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The five notable findings as presented in the report are;

  1. Freelancing income exceeds the GDP of some major industries.
  2. Freelancing is becoming more of a long-term career choice.
  3. Freelancers are most likely to be skilled professionals.
  4. Freelancing enables opportunities for those who otherwise might not be able to work.
  5. The younger the worker, the more likely they are to freelance.

About 45% of freelancers provide digital skill services on difference freelance marketplaces such as website development, graphic designing, mobile app development, content writing, quick books and business consulting.

About 46% freelancers agree freelancing gives them freedom because they are self-employed and like working for themselves and make money.

Do you want to learn Freelancing?

If you are an aspiring individual who wants to change their life by working online, Freelancing may just be what you are looking for.

For the first time, I am going to conduct an hour-long introductory LIVE video on BeingGuru Facebook page to educate about Freelancing and types of freelance marketplaces.

If you wish to join the live stream, Sign Up Today. It’s 100% FREE.

The date and time will be emailed to you.

You can also click on the link here to signup https://forms.gle/YsqzBH7FFJ49DnyK9.

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Written by Hisham Sarwar


That is all you ever need to know about me but let me warn you, freelancing for me is a journey, certainly not a destination :)