There’s been a 115% increase in telecommuting over the last 10 years, and 43% of the U.S. workforce currently performs remote work to some degree.
So what’s the forecast for 2018? What does it all mean for current and aspiring freelancers and flex workers?
One of the hardest things for me about being a productive freelancer? Time management.
Working from home can bring a lot of distractions, and when I starting freelancing full-time almost six months ago, I had a tough time getting down to work…
Working remotely. A flexjob. Telecommuting. A virtual contributor. Whatever you want to call a more flexible work schedule, it is clearly not a trend.
In fact, there has been a 115% percent increase in telecommuting…
Even though I’d followed the tried-and-true freelancing advice, I felt woefully under-prepared for what was to come.
To avoid making the same mistakes I did, here’s what you should do to set up your freelance business while you’re still employed…
Considering working from home but don’t know where to start? Today, we’ll be answering some of the most common questions posed by remote work newbies.
Through the answers, see if this kind of work environment might give you the work-life you’ve always wanted.
What if you didn’t have to go work today? What if – instead of spending all that time getting dressed, fighting the traffic, and attending all those meetings where nothing seems to get done – you could actually focus on… the work? From home. Or Starbucks. Or a beach in Bali? That is exactly the question this infographic from BargainFox and SavvyBeaver seems to be asking. Even more important, it answers that question while providing real data to show how you can become a successful digital nomad – as a worker, freelancer, leader or entrepreneur. But be careful, because after reading this those board shorts,