How the Coronavirus Has Changed Freelancing

‚ÄčA significant share of the labor force began freelancing for the first time at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, social distancing measures led traditional gig workers to cut back on work, according to an annual study of the freelance workforce.Edelman Intelligence conducted the research

for Upwork, a freelance-jobs platform in Santa Clara, Calif. It surveyed 6,000 working freelancers and employees between June 15 and July 7.Thirty-four percent of freelancers polled started work

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