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Here’s How Much Freelancing Pays Now — It’s More Than a Typical 9-to-5 Job

Thinking about freelancing? Turns out, it pays great. Freelancers in the U.S. make an average of $31 an hour, which comes out to 17% morethan the typical full-time employed worker, according to a survey from Payoneer. The digital payment company polled about 1,000 freelancers in a range of finance, tech, and creative roles, and found that...
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