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July 4, 2022
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Over a quarter of freelance businesses are back to pre-pandemic levels

New research from IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) claims almost a quarter of freelancers (24 percent) report their businesses returning to pre-pandemic levels, while nearly a third (29 percent) predict the easing of restrictions will give an added boost to their businesses. A fifth (19 percent) said their businesses had been largely unaffected by the pandemic. The research tallies with IPSE’s latest Confidence Index, which claims that highly skilled freelancers’ average earnings had risen 20 percent in the last quarter – back to pre-pandemic levels. It also claims their confidence in the performance of the UK…
Over a quarter of freelance businesses are back to pre-pandemic levels

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