According to a new survey by Freelancers Union and Upwork, 81% of workers say they would consider freelancing. So why don't they?
According to a new survey by Freelancers Union and Upwork, 81% of workers say they would consider freelancing. So why don't they? Freelancers love to freelance, according to a survey commissioned by the Freelancers Union, a nonprofit organization that advocates for independent workers, and Upwork, the largest online freelance marketplace.
While there are important issues regarding the economic security of freelancers, hype about freelancing and gig work perhaps distracts from broader issues that deserve attention, such as the spread of employee misclassification.
Freelancers make up roughly a third of the U.S. workforce, and feel political leaders don't support them enough, according to a report by Upwork and the Freelancer's Union.
The Freelancers Union is conducting a survey on how freelancers work and live. The goals of the survey are to better understand how freelancers are changing the definition of success and how they are working with one another to impr...
The Freelancers Union and Upwork released their 2015 Freelancing in America study last week. This is the 2nd year this group has done a comprehensive look at freelancing. Key study findings include: The percent of the U.S. workforce...