Published On: Thu, Mar 31st, 2016

Pakistan increases the growth of freelance marketplaces



The mounting broadband availability in Pakistan has speed up the development of freelance marketplaces, a survey report has stated. Because of internet propagation, freelance jobs are rising as above 10,000 IT graduates enter Pakistan’s market per annum.

Freelancing is succeeding in conformist job markets and it is expected that by 2020, one in three workers globally will be freelancing on internet.

Online marketplaces assist their consumers with instruments, technologies and services to recruit and control distant work groups and facilitate employers and freelancers to get in touch with one another.

The weapons of technology accessible at present have made it feasible to work from any place devoid of needing a physical workplace. Freelancers can currently much effortlessly locate jobs and attach to businesses that require performance.

This online revolt has enhanced accessibility, excellence and affordability of workers, particularly in Pakistan. Freelancing, if work competently, can get a grand way to increase profits, gross a living and take rewarded to work.

Specialists states that freelancing has arrived as a big business and is currently increasing at an exponential speed. Pakistan is included in the top countries that are being paid by freelancing.

In Pakistan human capital has developed considerably over the previous 10 years with approximately 16% of the juvenile age group possessing a college degree. Pakistan is included in one of the top two outsourcing spots in the name of development, price for money and client feedback.

A survey has stated that Philippines practicing 789% development in its outsourcing business whereas Pakistan was second on the row by 328% development.

Labor prices in numerous countries have mounted stridently and in several cases over the production. The cause in the wake of freelancing is to take low-priced but competitive labor and Pakistan’s IT zone is statue a position for itself as a perfect position to go for low-cost but similarly capable freelance IT programmers and Mobile app designers/developers.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.