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  • Aussies will go freelance for more meaningful work
  • Aussies will go freelance for more meaningful work
    Christin Hume (2017) ©
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Aussies will go freelance for more meaningful work

A study conducted by PayPal has revealed that a majority of Australian businesses have been using freelancers for some jobs for more than two years. The increasing use of freelancers reflects the shifting values attached to the traditional work structure in modern businesses.

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