“9 to 5”, “the rat race”, “J.O.B.”, “career,” there have been so many names given to the process of making a dollar big during a business day, but for some they would rather work on their own hours. Often they are called freelancers, and often they think different than those who take full-time employment. According to this infographic we found:
New freelancers said they’d be very likely to accept traditional employment in the first year (8.2 on a 10-point scale), seasoned freelancers of 10 years or longer reported a 6.1/10 likelihood. That could have something to do with the fact that 55% of freelancers are expecting a salary increase in 2012 (only 13% are expecting a decrease).