Question:

What are the best paid freelance jobs?

15 October, 2021 Sharie Fleishman 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: ERASMO SERNA
    17 October, 2021

    The best paid freelance jobs are usually those that take a lot of skill and time. So, to answer the question, you should think about what skills you have that warrant payment from others. Skill levels typically warrant different pay rates from customers depending on a wide range of factors. Therefore, it is necessary to fully discuss skill level and other relevant factors when responding to the question. Additionally, since each person's ideal job will largely depend on their interests and abilities it's hard to list everything here so I encourage respondents interested in maximizing earning potential while also being happy at their job to do some research into career options that fit them well.

  • AUTHOR: SAMATHA PINGREE
    17 October, 2021

    Interesting question. My name is Dr. Steve Dorian and I am a successful serial entrepreneur in the financial sphere (with an MBA from Columbia University, if that means anything to you). At this point in my life, I can honestly say that working for myself affords me considerable freedom because I don't have to report to anyone else or conform to any company policy! As someone who has "made it" financially, I can tell you that there are tremendous advantages to being your own boss.

  • AUTHOR: TERRY COBY
    17 October, 2021

    Algorithm Engineer, Biologist, Computer Programmer, Data Analyst and SEO Specialist. Some of the more sought after jobs available include: Biologist (which usually requires a PhD), Computer Programmer with Java or Android development experience, Algorithm Engineer responsible for coding algorithms to help with complex tasks such as finding optimum solutions to maximize profit potential, Data Analyst is someone who takes raw data from various sources and turns it into graphs people can understand without any mathematical background knowledge. These types of data analysts may be involved in helping with advertising campaigns or predictive analysis forecasting activities. What are some other lucrative freelance jobs that do not require a college degree?

  • AUTHOR: JOHN SCHILDGEN
    17 October, 2021

    The pay is usually about $30 per article or essay for freelancers who provide quality work. In case you do the math, that's a good minimum of $150 per day! Freelancing can be really lucrative if you know what to charge and how to manage your time effectively. Some other benefits from being a freelance writer include an unlimited schedule and writing from home which offers some people greater freedoms in their life that they might not find at a regular job.

  • AUTHOR: MARGARETT KUCERA
    17 October, 2021

    It depends on what you're looking for and how much work experience you have. One of the most common jobs is an event assistant, but keep in mind that they often pay less than other fields. The best way to find out what jobs are available is to look at job listings and talk with people you know who might be able to recommend gigs they've done before. You can also research companies like Task Rabbit or Gigwalk as well as sites like Elance (now called Upwork) which offers short-term contracting opportunities. Alternatively, if those resources don't turn out leads for freelancing work, try free online forums such as Craigslist where there are usually postings looking for freelancers or individual animal sitters.

  • AUTHOR: RAYMOND PECORA
    17 October, 2021

    There are a lot of factors involved. In economics, the best jobs are those that offer the highest royalties and/or hourly pay rates. In design, Web design is often more lucrative than graphic design. Copywriting offers better hourly rates than transcription, but it takes longer to make as much because there is no "fixed" amount of work due each day you can bill for at a set rate. Jobs will also vary depending on your location and expertise which both affect pay scales. Jobs in business could include Fortune 500 companies who outsource their service provisioning or strategy execution to freelance agents or consultants - particularly those people with niche specialist knowledge that would be difficult for them to access internally.