Current Content Marketing Ecosystem Infographic
Many creative people have difficulty finding jobs that let them use their talents. Changes in the workforce, however, could make it easier for writers, designers, and other creative professionals to find interesting jobs that keep them excited about getting up in the morning. Thanks to growth in the gig economy, people don’t have to go to the same jobs every day.
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics has done some research that shows how much the gig economy has grown in recent years. Between 2003 and 2013, non-employer gigs in arts, entertainment, and recreation grew by nearly 400,000 opportunities. That means a lot of people get to do the work they love without resigning themselves to specific employers. This is great news for anyone who dreams of working as a graphic designer, writer, filmmaker, or musician.
Many emerging opportunities come from companies that want to sell their products and services online. Managers know that they need strong content that improves their search rankings, makes their companies look like experts, and converts casual browsers into paying customers.
Visit this CopyPress whitepaper to learn more about content creation opportunities for freelancers. You may be surprised to learn that 64 percent of freelance creatives work full time, or that 16 percent of freelance writers earn $0.07 to $0.12 per word. If you have any interest in working in a creative field, these are statistics that you need to know before you plan your career path.
Infographic by: www.copypress.com
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