was reading an interesting article in money magazine the other day and decided it would be a good read for other warriors.
Its estimated that 30% of US workers are now self-employed, temporary, or freelance workers. Its expected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics that this number will rise to 40% by 2019.
Its also expected that accounting, engineering, health care, law and sales, will also start to rely more heavily on contract work.
"We're in the early stages of what will be a really different era in the work-place, and a growing segment of workers will need to structure their career around this model," says Adam Sorensen, a compensation and benefits expert at WorldatWork, an association of HR executives.
Who's gonna be helping all these new people adapt online to create more business?
imo, the internet has barely gotten started;no need to worry about saturation.
to read the rest of the article, go here:
How to profit in the new economy: Freelance work - Jun. 12, 2009