For freelancers who love to travel, remote-work visas have opened a vista into the world of digital nomadism. As more countries move to reduce restrictions on international travel, the number of applicants for these visas is set to increase.
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Until companies shift their 9-5 framework, working mothers are placed in a vulnerable position where they are forced to sacrifice their careers in favor of their children. But in 2020, freelancing is offering them a lifeline in these uncertain times.
Freelancing offers an unexpendable opportunity for developing economies to battle issues like unemployment, gender wage gaps, and poverty.
With COVID-19 causing travel restrictions around the globe, many people’s travel & work abroad plans have been derailed, and virtual expats are now on the rise.
We’ve all heard the disheartening comments about the financial aspect of freelancing. But the truth is, freelancing can be a lucrative business only when done right.
Since it is difficult to measure the success of a freelancer on the traditional workforce scale that solely focuses on climbing the corporate ladder, some people – especially in the MENA region – are yet to view freelancing as a legitimate for of employment.
Entrepreneurship is about taking charge, taking risks, & setting targets. Freelancing is not any different, which is why it can set you up for entrepreneurial success.
Freelance writers and translators have long questioned how to set an appropriate rate. In this guide, we lay out the essential factors they must consider as they set their desired rate.
The MENA region still lacks the “freelance mindset” and the infrastructure to support freelancers is somewhat nascent. But there are still some surefire ways to get you started.
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