Is legit?

15 October, 2021 Michael Klemp 4

Answers (4):

    18 October, 2021

    There are no guarantees when it comes to free or paid job boards. However, that doesn't mean that there is no merit in them; does in fact have some good opportunities. A potential candidate must conduct their own due diligence and research before making any decisions about signing up with the site, looking for work on it, or working with a client found via its services or this answer. More information can be found at the "What's a side hustle?" section of my LinkedIn profile- where I write about all manner of creative income generating ideas for those seeking to engage in honest economic activity outside the tried and true 9-5 jobs paradigm.

    18 October, 2021

    This is a difficult question. We have not determined whether the website is legit or not, so it's unclear what to say about The site goes through many changes over the years, but much of the information available about UpWork has been aggregated by other sites that are unaffiliated with the company. This may indicate that there are vulnerabilities in their codebase affecting their back-end infrastructure and it can lead to discrepancies between expected account balances and marketing content showing inaccuracy with regard to pricing for specific jobs where project-based billing exists.

    18 October, 2021


    I have a number of bad reviews on because I'm a pragmatic, no-nonsense programmer who doesn't suffer fools gladly and expects the same from their clients. It's not for everyone.
    But if you know what you want and can write it up, Upwork is a way to get your app/website/whatever made quickly and at fair prices by professionals or people that want to be." maps out an industry with wage rates that are competitive with prevailing rates in the US economy while giving entrepreneurs access to talent from around the world at affordable prices."
    Up work goes out of its way to supply its most recent technologies in usability testing so contractors remain current with ever

    18 October, 2021

    Yes. Upwork is a work marketplace where companies and contractors post jobs for potential applicants to apply. Employees sign up on their own, then transact through Upwork using the payment system PayPalr to pay the fee they owe; Upwork receives 10% of that fee per transaction under Pay-Per-Hour Source Rules (unlike eBayr and other micro-merchant sites). Professionals create profiles which show past work and skills and set their own rates in order to compete with others professionals before applying for a job.