Freelancers generally enjoy their work, with only 11% of them claiming otherwise.

Most of the freelancers reported a stable amount of work, but around 38% said they struggled with finding enough assignments. 40% felt they were more financially successful than colleagues, while 34% reported sub-par results.

While a large percentage reported strong client relationships, networking remains a challenge for a third of the freelancers who filled the survey. Still, 44% stated they were good networkers.

We also learned that freelancers describe their reputation as stronger than that of peers (59%), that they focus on the long term (49%) and that most (61%) are committed to remaining freelanne. Tech professions and creatives reported a higher overall satisfaction, while event freelancers were least satisfied.

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