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Top 5 platforms to find work as a freelancer in 2018

Top 5 platforms to find work as a freelancer in 2018
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1. Upwork

With over 1.5 million clients, Upwork (previously oDesk) offers something for every type of freelancer. It includes both short- and long-term projects, hourly or per-project work and expert-level and entry-level engagements. Regardless of where you are in your career, Upwork is likely to have something for you.

2. Toptal

With a clearly different way than the other services on this list, Toptal is for seasoned, skilled freelancers. Passing Toptal's screening process gives you unique way to meaningful projects with great clients (JPMorgan, Zendesk, Airbnb, etc.) and fair payment (no low-bid contests). You’ll also be able to join the Toptal community for frequent meetups and tech events.

3.ilmosys Studio

ilmosys Studio is a community of handpicked designers and developers with Fast, Affordable and Creative Services. Also, a better way to get digital projects done. Company focus on author can earn more and customer get quality work in less time.

4. Elance

Elance removes a lot of the hassle that comes with freelancing. You’ll be able to make a profile right away without jumping through any hoops, enjoy payment protection to ensure you’re always paid for the hours you work and more.

5. Craigslist

Although most people see Craigslist as just a platform for buying and selling different things, it’s actually an excellent source of freelance jobs. You can comfortably browse for local offerings if you prefer something in-office, or you can search by major cities if you prefer working remotely.

After hiring freelancers on a need-basis is more cost-effective as compared to hiring full-time talent, organizations and entrepreneur can also makes use of these sites to get their work given on a budget.

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