Are you bored with the everyday drudge of heading to the office, or staring at the walls at home? Maybe you are a student fresh out of university or college and not keen on starting mainstream work. Perhaps you just want to be your own boss. If you can answer ‘yes’ to any of those questions then it’s time to find another job, and joining the growing band of freelancers who enjoy their job and work when it suits them has got to be high up the list of potential careers.
In today’s fluid workplace getting the job done increasingly means getting another professional to do the bits that you are less good at for you, and that usually requires hiring a freelancer to create your report or article or blog entry, or white paper. Maybe you need a new logo or your ex removed from a photo. Perhaps you need a new product designed and lack the CAD knowledge, or are hankering for a new website or some HTML work. As we are not all good at everything, and hiring a freelancer means that you will get exactly what you want and usually at a reasonable price too.
There are a lot of problems freelancers face and because of it, we decided to show you which are the common problems faced by new freelancers. A lot of people think freelance work is easy because you can do it when you want and from where you want, but the reality is not that simple.