Strong worker-client relationships are the cornerstone of a fruitful freelance experience. Those who take the time to build bonds with the folks that they do projects for are far more likely to have a strong bond going forward. They are also in a better position to get more work from those same individuals down the line.
Being an independent contractor means foregoing things such as benefits like health insurance and 401(k) benefits.
These are choices that one makes when they sign up to be a freelance worker. It is a trade off to be sure, but the rewards are well worth it to certain individuals.Read more: Freelance engineers
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