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freelancermap celebrates Freelancers’ Day

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The freelancing movement is unstoppable. Freelancers are ready to jump into exciting projects anytime and motivated to support both large and medium-sized companies. They bring in expert knowledge, experience, and passion in what they do – what a great combination, right?

Women In Technology: Challenges & Opportunities

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In today’s rapidly advancing day and age, one would think gender no longer plays a role in work. Far from it - this view of technology being “male” centric is a notion that continues to persist even today and prevents many girls and young women from even considering the exciting professional field of IT.

IT Freelancing Trends & Insights 2021

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IT freelancers are flexible and can work from anywhere – a good prerequisite for staying afloat during the ongoing pandemic. But which jobs and skills will be in demand this year? We evaluated over 1 million search queries on freelancermap to help you figure out what to expect in 2021. IntroductionFreelancing Trends in 2020Remote...

Brexit for Freelancers: What changes and How to Prepare

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Brexit is now official - with the UK finally leaving the EU on January 31st, 2020. It’s been a painfully slow and tumultuous process that finally has come to fruition. A process that effects and will affect several various aspects of the lives of those within the UK as well as citizens of EU countries. But how exactly?

Where Do Freelancers Work Best?

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When you run your own business, it is up to you as a freelancer, to decide where you work, and this is a phenomenal opportunity. You know yourself best and choosing the working environment that suits you perfectly can not only make your job more productive but more pleasant as well.

World’s Biggest Cyber Attack Hits over 100 countries

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The ransom-ware “WannaCry”, already labelled as the world’s biggest cyber attack, gave us a glimpse of how vulnerable the always-connected world of the future is. As around 100 countries were targeted: hospitals in the UK, trains in Germany, FedEx in the US, phone companies in Portugal and Spain and many more were victims of blackmailers.

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