Where Do I Find Work?

One of the most frequently asked questions that new freelancers ask is, “Where do I find work?” This varies, of course, based on your experience level, niche and interests, but here are a few spots where you can look for work. Some of these services are free; others require a membership fee or subscription.

Please note that these sites can change quickly. If you notice a link that is outdated, or have one to suggest, please email SPJ freelance chair Dana Neuts.

[Note:  We are not endorsing or recommending any of the above freelance resources. It is up to each individual freelancer to determine if a particular outlet is legitimate and a good fit.]

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