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Global employers are increasingly using gig economy platforms despite the concerns

With the growing acceptance of the “gig economy” workforce in Australia, new independent research commissioned by specialised recruiter Robert Half ...

From a side project to a business in 150 countries – the two entrepreneurs...

Kremer and Khan believe that by utilising marketing initiatives well, it can raise brand awareness and result in a steady flow of business leads. They share their top five tips on how to grow startups to a global scale.

Here are the top ten reasons why your business needs a freelancer

Australian workplaces are changing. Businesses are increasingly hiring expert freelancers instead of full time staff in an on-demand economy that rewards speed and flexibility....

Freelancing pays big: New study finds 3.7 million Australians now freelance

Ask me about freelancing. I’m a freelancer, and you’re reading these words because of Elance, the company this article is about. Yup, Anthill found...

These ten inspiring work spaces are perfect for freelancers who have trouble concentrating on...

Freelancing has its perks and downsides. You get to decide when and where you work, and many freelancers decide to work from home. But...

Freelance jobs, and freelancers, soaring in Australia

Freelancers and freelance jobs are soaring in Australia, according to the American freelance jobs site Elance. This will hardly come as a surprise to anybody. After all, the recent phenomenon is driven by two seemingly inexorable forces – individuals seeking freedom and flexibility in their jobs, and businesses seeking much the same, besides the opportunity to tap a larger talent pool.
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Freelancers are saying ‘bye-bye’ to regular jobs. Looks like ‘lazy, entitled’ millennials may actually...

One new survey, conducted by independent research firm Genesis Research Associates, examines perspectives on the future of work from 3,193 freelancers worldwide, including 1,958 Millennials (19 - 30 years old). Findings reveal a desire to follow individual paths to working freedom and flexibility. Since the survey also poses the conclusion that all that is required is an opportunity-seeking mentality, it would seem that Gen Y is ushering in a groundbreaking redefinition of what it means to be an entrepreneur.

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