6,000 freelancers talk about money, happiness, and their hopes for the future
Quincy Larson

Thank you for sharing this with us. I’m working as a web developer at a company, but I decided to become a freelancer because it’s better. The fact that you can choose the projects you want to do, the clients you want to contact and one important thing: the income! I’ve joined some sites in order to get myself started and I agree with you when you say that the most difficult part is not doing the work, but finding good clients and convince them.

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