Want your share of the $1.2 trillion freelancers made in 2020? Chances are, you need to focus on your earning potential.
Freelancing in a variety of fields—from graphic design and software development to health care and accounting—not only can be lucrative but can give workers a sense of freedom.
Despite early naysayers, the gig economy is here to stay and expected to gain momentum. In the United States, 67.6 million freelancers are working for themselves, approximates Statista, and that number is slated to grow to 73.3 million by 2023, then a mind-boggling 90.1 million by 2028.