Freelancing seems like an attractive career, doesn’t it? There are so many opportunities on freelancing platforms. When you like a job, you apply for it. You work with the client and you follow instructions, but you do have flexibility regarding working hours. When you’re done with a particular task, you can apply for different projects or continue to work with the same client if you collaborate well.
But there’s one aspect of freelancing that’s not always clear: the money part. How much are freelancers making? Will you be earning enough to support yourself without the need to get a “real” job?
Let’s answer that question once and for all, shall we?
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