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OUTSOURCING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES: TOP TRENDS OF 2019

The field of outsourcing is still not the most popular go-to choice when it comes to hiring specialists. However, its growing popularity is undeniable taking into consideration that the outsourcing industry is now worth $86 billion. And since it’s one of the most dynamic industries, being informed about its trends is crucial. Robotics will become […]

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LINKEDIN ANNOUNCES A NEW FEATURE TO HELP FREELANCERS

LinkedIn has started testing its new feature which allows freelancers to list their services so they are visible to potential clients. Thanks to this feature, relevant freelancers show up in the search feed and can be found by recruiters. Therefore, this service is available for business owners as well. LinkedIn management has announced that the […]

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STUDY SUGGESTS SHORTER PROJECTS ARE BETTER FOR FREELANCERS

A recent social study have detected that short-term projects are better for freelancer’s financial wellbeing and professional growth. Researchers even went as far as saying that 3 texts paid $100 each are significantly better in perspective than one $800 article. Naturally, many freelancers disagreed, because simple calculations prove otherwise. However, there are some solid statements […]

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CHINESE TECH GIANTS ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO WORK 72 HOURS PER WEEK

Japan is the country known for its excruciatingly long working hours, however, China often seems to escape any international criticism concerning its own brutal employment policies. The 9-9-6 workweek has been a part of the life of young professionals throughout China for quite some time, but such custom is facing a major backlash on social […]

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COMPANIES MISCLASSIFY FREELANCES NOT TO PAY TAXES

Freelancing positions have been recently flooding the US job market. Under lawful conditions, such practice is proven to be highly beneficial for both companies and self-employed professionals. However, business owners’ tendency to mislabel employees and give them different job titles in order to avoid taxation is flourishing now. Normally, a freelancer is the one who […]

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NEW OUTSOURCING PROFESSION IN DEMAND: DATA SCIENTIST

Data science is described as the ‘sexiest sphere of the 21st century’. No wonder! It’s an exciting fulfilling job with the most appetizing salaries (starting from$90.000 as a junior specialist and the upper limit is pretty much non-existent). Just a couple of years ago, this sphere wasn’t available for outsourcing since there were major concerns […]

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NO-DEAL BREXIT MAY APPEAR TO BE A DISASTER FOR FREELANCERS

The EU-leaving scenario that Theresa May is insisting on will have a distinct impact on freelancers’ professional fields in both positive and negative senses. However, outsourcing analysts claim that there is a significantly smaller number of advantages that freelancers are about to face in case no-deal Brexit will take action. No-deal Brexit is a process […]

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YOUNGER MANAGERS ARE ALL FOR HIRING FREELANCERS

Millennials and Z-Gens are more likely to hire freelancers to work for their teams rather than their predecessors. With the rise of the Internet era, more and more people are choosing a self-employed lifestyle to earn money. And it’s great news that a significant number of managers rely on them while ordering any task performance. […]

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FREELANCERS ARE IN CHARGE OF THE JAPANESE JOB MARKET REVOLUTION

Japan is extremely conservative when it comes to the job market. This country is known for its lifetime employment, hazardous overwork, and ‘karoshi’ which means death by overwork. And only a couple of years ago, freelancers didn’t get enough credit in that harsh employment environment. Japanese are extremely dedicated and loyal to their employers and […]

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