Want to make a little bit of extra cash on the side?
Who would say no to that, right?
Freelancing is actually one of the highest-growing industries in the world today. Look at all the new freelancing sites popping out everywhere.
People are leaving their day jobs to work from home and triple their monthly paycheck.
It’s also turning out to be a great part-time job as well. College students do it to pay their tuition fees, moms at home do it to make ends meet, and 9-5 office workers are doing it too.
40% of America’s workforce will be freelancers by 2020 – Quartz
However, not all find success at freelancing.
Most new freelancers fail because of three main reasons:
- Assuming they can make money by sitting in front of a computer.
- Inability to find clients.
- Not taking the job seriously enough.
Before we get into the Part-Time vs Full-Time freelancing battle or learn how to start freelancing, let’s talk about some of the things you can expect as a freelancer.