American workers are increasingly embracing the freelancing lifestyle at a time when increased competition around the world threatens to depress wages in the US. Americans are drawn to freelancing — being an independent contractor and other types of non-full-time-with-benefits employment — and the idea of being their own boss and having more control over their...
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