It is estimated that 1.3 billion people will be employed as professional freelancers or a part of the creator economy – a figure extrapolated from current trends, which has been described as "the future workforce."
These days, it is possible to freelance in just about everything. There are freelance photographers, videographers, and of course, writers and graphic designers. Graphic design was one of the first industries to be popular in the freelance industry.
Becoming a creator is the goal of many people in these times. The buzzword has sparked artists, developers, and other individuals who wish to cash in on their cash to join the creator economy. According to Forbes, there are over 50 million people who are part of this economy.
The pandemic has bolstered an already changing trend in the freelancing world. As people were laid off from jobs, stopped going into the office due to COVID, or just found themselves with more free time on their hands, they picked up and transitioned to some freelance work.