Spain is one of the most unique countries in Europe and is particularly famous for its architecture and artistic culture. More and more freelancers are looking to move to Spain - mainly due to its excellent healthcare system, rich culture and general quality of life. Read on to discover how you can move to Spain as a self employed!
Thinking of Greece automatically conjures up images of sandy beaches, ancient buildings and volcanic islands. It should come as no surprise then that this Southeastern European country is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world - and the perfect place for freelancers who would want to work from abroad. Continue reading to learn...
Freelancing in Germany is an attractive prospect for many freelancers thanks to its clean environment, cultural attractions, strong welfare system and general safety. Germany also has one of the strongest economies in the world and is very welcoming to foreigners who want to move there.
Moving to the UK to work as a freelancer is an exciting prospect. From the beautiful countryside views and sandy beaches to the magnificent heritage of ancient buildings, the UK is a great option for anyone looking to go freelance abroad.
Portugal is quite a popular destination for people who want to move and work abroad. There are plenty of opportunities available in this Southern European country, and freelancers who move there often do so due to its warm, moderate climate, quality health care and general safety. Discover how you can freelancing from Portugal!
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...
If you’re a freelancer working internationally, you’ve probably had your fair share of Skype interviews. Skype interviews aren’t necessarily that much different than regular ones, but the devil is in the details. How do you prepare for one?
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.
As someone running their own business, insurance is definitely something you should consider. Whether you want to protect your equipment, your work itself or against any potential injuries, there are tons of freelance and self-employed insurance options out there. However, what do they all mean and do you actually need them?