By Michael brooks CEO & Owner of, a global freelance

The bitter truth is that the trendy or gig economy or call it what you would like has done a decent job during a bad way of eliminating the differences between the “traditional” and freelance working positions that after mattered. What do i would like to say? Working in an office has become so just like working as a freelancer that really people don’t t have much of a choice.

The insecurity overwhelming in terms of  employment and finding clients is to choose between employment in an office and a contract career has become a choice between the lesser of two evils instead of a choice of a higher option

Whether you're employed in an office or as a freelancer, you don?t have any guarantees. Before I launched a replacement freelance platform goLance, I accustomed add over one office and later as a freelancer on all available freelance websites. I?m not saying that I?ve seen and done it all, but certainty I?ve faced this dilemma first-hand over once. Make no mistake about my points. Scenario #1 The people functioning from 9-to-5. Push them a bit bit further. Make them worry about the long run of their work just a touch more and see what happens. they'll become freelancers during a blink of a watch. Scenario #2 The freelancers who just had over enough of insecurity, but refuse to travel back in an office. allow them to know that true has improved. Give them new contracts that strongly guarantee a secure job for a considerably longer period of your time. See what happens. They?re back in an office before you recognize it. My final point is, it?s not all black and white within the freelance world. especially it?s not glamorous and absolutely free. There?s a fine line between a 9-to-5 office job and a contract career. Sometimes, one tiny detail can change someone?s mind during a matter of seconds. give some thought to it. The very last thing I wanted to try and do is to inform you yet another of these freelance fairy tales. I sure hope you'll appreciate this honest answer