A shift has occurred in the U.S. workforce over the past two decades, and freelancers know all about it.
Today, nearly 53 million Americans are freelancers.
Experts predict that by the year 2020, the growth of the freelancer segment will even begin outpacing full-timers.
This means that just as our world is rapidly changing, so too is our job market taking on an entirely different mode of operation and expression.
It also means more and more ongoing interaction between full-timers and freelancers as companies begin outsourcing projects on a regular basis. This is where intellectual Continue reading