Written by Out Sourcer in Education
A recent survey, carried
out by freelance marketplace Outsourcer, indicates that 67% of people fear that
Brexit will have a negative impact on freelance workers in the UK.
According to the latest
figures, freelancers are worth £21 billion to the UK economy, with over 1.4
million Britons working across all sectors, rising by 14% in the last decade.
With a March Brexit looking more and more out of reach, many are worried about
the effect it will have on their business.
Moreover, in a recent poll carried out by Outsourcer, 67% of people said that they believe Brexit will have a negative impact on freelancers. With workers rights, tax laws, exchange rates and freedom of movement all being surrounded by increasing uncertainty, the one-sided result of the poll is understandable, especially for those working with international clients.
At the moment it is very hard to know what’s in store for freelancers post-brexit. However, our advice would be to watch closely, wait and be ready.
Furthermore, click here to search for freelance professionals. If you require any further assistance, please contact us using our 24/7 live chat support feature. Alternatively please send a message to our support team using the contact form here.
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