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.

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  • FREE to become a freelance professional on Outsourcer.
  • Send direct messages easily and quickly to your prospects and clients.
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  • Manage all projects easily through Outsourcer.
  • Build up positive reviews and testimonials.
  • Add services starting from as low as $5.
  • 0% commission fee for professionals therefore keep every payment.
  • Secure payment structure.
  • 100% money back guarantee with full buyer and seller protection.
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