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1.0
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Reduced productivity
Freelance Writer (Former Employee) –  Regina, SK10 November 2018
I found way more scammers than there were of real jobs, so I quit on them. What else is there to tell? ///////////////////////////////////////////////
Pros
Jobs, some
Cons
Mostly scamers now
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3.0
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Used to be good.
Freelance 2D - 3D Artist (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON18 August 2018
Due to more and more people joining the freelancer.com the competition has increased manifolds. Apart from that most of the people working there agrees to work below the minimum wage, which makes it impossible for the average bidder to get the job. Most of these low bidders don't even provide the quality work and hence employers usually go home with allot of disappointment.
Pros
Choose your work and timings
Cons
No job security, Competition
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5.0
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Great overall experience
Freelance Computer Programmer (Current Employee) –  Mississauga, ON4 April 2018
I liked having this a side job and I learned a large number of skills along the way. It is a great way to improve your skills and gain some money and experience along the way.
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4.0
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On-line Freelancing for creatives
Freelance Illustrator (Current Employee) –  Website-based; headquarters in Austraila22 May 2014
It's an on-line job board for those who want to freelance their skills internationally. Both freelancers and clients can either seek jobs or post jobs that requires creative works.

There's flexibility for both as employers can hold contests with monetary award instead of just posting a job for getting many artists' entries before choosing a final work or artists can create works to enter that said contest without needing to be rewarded a job through a bidding quote.

It's open to all freelancers, not just artists, such as writers, data entry, web designers, etc. You can take on jobs from around the world and interact with clients on-site throughout the process.

You do have the same set of complications that you have in freelancing here too, such as long hours for revisions, time zone differences and payment/contract issues.
Pros
Flexibility to choose creative jobs, between contest jobs and bidding jobs.
Cons
May need to do many revisions over long hours
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