Actually I am curious both about pros and cons
You should need to know some basics before hiring a freelance writer who can do plagiarism checker by percentage and their content should be quality and unique.
The best thing about starting freelancing is the ability to be your own boss. You are the master of your own ship! Most freelancers or independent workers choose to work from where ever they like and they live their life as "Digital Nomads".
There are several reasons to start freelancing. Done on the side around your job, it's a way to generate extra income to pay off debt or save for a rainy day. ... It allows for greater independence over a job. It's often flexible, allowing you to work part-time or during off-business hours.
Exactly, I agree with you. It is important to be determined and focused on your goal, accomplish all the hindrances in your way and after all this, starting your freelance business would be easy.
The most in freelancing I like to wake up without an alarm-clock and whenever I want :)
As has been said before, the independence and being able to choose where to work from. Freelancing allows to visit cafes and travel without being tied down to one office, so it's really nice if you hate routine.
flexibility, mobility and remote working are main reasons:)
but freelance suites probably only people with high self-discipline and organization
It is very convenient for me to combine freelancing with my main job, it also significantly increases my monthly income.
Freelancing is good for those people who have other commitments as well, It can give you freedom on what time you want to work and gives you freedom to do other stuff also without having a fixed schedule, but it is true that it works for only those who are highly self motivated, disciplined and organized.
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Freelancer pros are:
They can get creative & pivot more easily.
It is more flexible than singular jobs.
& cons are:
Variable Workloads and Income.
Lack of benefits.