The Top 100 Freelance Jobs Class
To kick off a new year and celebrate the 100th episode of the Freelance Podclass, we’ve created a brand new guide called “The Top 100 Freelance Jobs for 2023.” In this episode, we’ll share important aspects of the top 100 jobs and go through many of the categories that will be in demand this year. This guide is the result of intensive research and surveys that uncovered the most in-demand opportunities heading into 2023. It’s our hope that this 100th episode will inspire you to take action by moving in a new direction, tapping into a new niche, and pursuing new opportunities!
[0:00] Craig shares the vision of Freelance University and the reason why this podcast was created – how FreeU’s focus is helping freelancers learn skills that create opportunities and potentially translate into new income streams.
[1:48] Craig introduces the topic of “The Top 100 Freelance Jobs for 2023” – he explains how the different categories were broken down, with jobs selected for each category.
Seven Major Categories From “The Top 100 Freelance Jobs for 2023” Guide
[4:04] #1 Design – a growing industry with a variety of niches you can pursue and many tools you can use to launch a design business.
[7:33] #2 Social Media – falls under the larger umbrella of digital marketing, but deserves its own standalone category since there are many roles you can do within social media, starting with a broader role and niching down into more specialized roles.
[10:48] #3 Digital Media and Events – a fast-growing area with a variety of opportunities, from technical roles to virtual event management roles to voice-over roles.
[13:32] #4 Digital Marketing – a category with so many freelance jobs you can drill down into and provide specific services while specializing in different tools and platforms.
[17:40] #5 Business Management and Support – Admin type jobs that are essential for keeping executives or busy entrepreneurs organized by managing documents, teams, help desks, or other important parts of their business.
[21:47] #6 Content – jobs that involve writing or editing, with opportunities to create specialized content for specific niches.
[24:48] #7 Technology – an important category with certain jobs that will be in demand in 2023, with specific tools and platforms you can specialize in.
[26:28] Craig emphasizes all the possibilities of the things that you can do as a side hustle, as a part-time freelance job, even as a full-time gig – how even in a down economy, the freelance industry can and will flourish, and you can capitalize on that by honing your skills, tapping into in-demand areas, and getting creative.
[27:55] How to access our upcoming 2023 registration to Freelance University
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