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As people all over the globe flock to make their
living online, there are more and more jobs available that allow you to work
completely from home. While some people enjoy keeping their work and home lives
separate, it is becoming easier to blend the two in a healthy and beneficial
way. If you are on the fence about starting as a freelance worker, we have
compiled some of the top reasons that it could work for you!
Jobs to Choose From
The biggest benefit to freelance work is that
there are so many ways to work from home. Maybe you have always loved to write
and choose to pick up a side job as a copywriter. Or, perhaps, you have always
been interested in stocks and online trading and have decided to pursue this field
from home. In fact, online stock trading has recently become a very popular and
lucrative freelance position in recent years. The French company Trading en Ligne offers a helpful guide on
how you can get started in this blossoming field (unless you’re fluent in
French, you may need to translate the guide!).Whatever the case may be, you are
free to choose from a large variety of fields and there is undoubtedly
something that you will be interested in!
2. A Great Second
Maybe you already have a full-time position but
are looking for another opportunity to make some side cash. Freelance work is a
wonderful opportunity to make a second income to put a dent in some of your
bills, or just to have extra spending money.
3. Work from
the Comfort of Your Own Home
This should go without saying, but the allure of
freelance works comes from the fact that you don’t have to leave your house to
make money. You will not have to worry about the daily commute or deal with any
traffic on the way to work. You just wake up, turn the computer on, and get
This line of work also provides a very flexible
schedule. While you will face deadlines and will need to remain proactive to be
successful, you will have the freedom to choose when you complete the work. As
long as you can stay organized and not procrastinate what needs to be done, you
will be surprised how much freedom you really do have!
Some people just work better on their own. If you
choose to start working from home in a freelance position, you are going to be
solely in charge of how you organize your time and projects. This is one of the
most beneficial parts of this line of work because you don’t have to rely on
others to get the job done, and you get to decide how to tackle each project
the way you see it should be completed.
6. No School
While this may not be the case for all freelance
work, there are many positions available that may not require you to have a
degree or certification of any type. In today’s job market, it is becoming very
hard to stand out in the crowd of people who have spent years and years going
to school to become “better qualified” for the position they are applying for.
The beauty of freelance work is that you are not
necessarily competing with these college graduates. You are simply pitching to
companies for specific pieces of work–you don’t have to prove that you’re
capable of multi-tasking for a business or that you’ve spent years training to
fulfil a multi-faceted role.
What Have You Got to Lose?
Freelance work is not for everyone, but it is a
wonderful option for some. If you’re simply looking to get started alongside
your full-time job (at least at first), there’s nothing stopping you from
sending a few pitches out to see what you hear back. You may get your first
commission! If you feel that you work best independently, are organized, can
work proactively and can benefit from some extra money, this may be the perfect
option for you!
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