Freelance writers are doing well, and signs are that they’ll be doing even better as the global economy improves.
… employment growth for online workers (defined as independent workers, freelancers, and contractors who work remotely) doubled in the first quarter of 2012, according to a recent Elance report.
Elance reports that opportunities for online workers have DOUBLED in the first three months of this year. All those companies which let people go now need people to do the work, and they’re outsourcing projects.
Are you getting your share of this bonanza?
If you’re not, make grabbing your share of the opportunities a priority.
Before you know it, you’ll be working from home, and that’s a great lifestyle, as I say here:
Writing from home is the perfect business, because it’s portable. Your office is where your laptop is. And there’s a short commute: most days you just stroll from the kitchen to your home office.
Once you’ve done your writing for the day, you can hop in your car and go see a movie, or play a game of golf or tennis. You’re your own boss, and as long as the writing gets done, no one cares when or how you do it.
The opportunities are incredible at the moment – take advantage of them. You can and should be making a great income as a freelance writer.
By the way, if you’re new to freelancing, check out the Beginners’ Package.
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