A 2017 study showed that 36% of Americans are freelancing, and if the current growth continues, the majority of the U.S. workforce will be freelancing by 2027 (source).
Working from home is a desirable situation for many people, and with good reason. The flexibility and extra time (thanks to no time spent on commuting) are ideal, but that’s not all. A study showed that 82% of remote workers reported lower stress levels, as compared to traditional office workers (source).
Aside from just an increase in numbers of freelancers and remote workers, the digital nomad lifestyle is also becoming more popular (a digital nomad is simply someone who works and travels at the same time without the need to be tied down to one location).
If you’re a freelancer, remote worker, or digital nomad, you know that although your work comes with many perks, it also introduces some challenges as well.
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