By Luke Dempsey for Bookish
Friday sees the release of the much-awaited U.S. Department of Labor’s March employment figures, but for many “new workers”–those who’ve traded the chance of a corner office for the lure of their couch–these weighty announcements are beside the point. Suits are out, pajamas are in, and that’s because in the 21st century economy, more people are finding work beyond a traditional office setting. Many (often younger) Americans are a workforce of one as they head off on their own as independent contractors and freelancers. But can you make a living from your living room? These experts say you can.
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