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The freelance economy has experienced enormous growth in talented individuals looking to work on their own time. A freelancer has the freedom to choose how they want to work. I plan to give you an overview of the skills and qualities a freelance should possess in order to make a living as a freelancer. I also plan to discuss marketplaces I have experienced in my years of freelancing in the gig economy and what you can do to increase your chances of being hired as a freelancer while working remotely.

Working remotely has become familiar with fewer people working in offices and more from their own homes. With the shift of freelance and remote work occurring in data science and nearly every industry, the question remains… what is the best way to get into freelance or remote gigs?

What Is Freelancing? A Basic Definition

A freelance job entails a person working for themself, rather than a company. Freelancers have the power to take on contract work for companies but the grand definition is being self-employed.

Freelancers are generally able to set their own standards and rules; however, it is ultimately up to the agreed contract. Freelancers generally set their own work hours, keep track of time spent on projects, handling billing clients, and assuring tax and documentation are complete. Freelancers are considered contractors rather than employees.

Freelance, Remote, Contract Jobs

When you are seeking freelance jobs, there are many terms in relation to freelance jobs. These will help assure you find the right freelance job opportunities, and they help explain your work and your experiences to future clients.

Contract work is a job in which you’re a contract worker for a temporary time period and not a permanent employee. Contract jobs can be described as the same as contract work.

Independent contractors are basically freelancers except your work terms are written in contract and specified by a company or individual. 1099 is the IRS form an independent contractor completes, form 1099-MISC describes the job basically expressing that you are specifically a 1099 contract worker.

Contract consultants are workers who are hired for temporary consultations for specific jobs and tasks within a company.

Contract-to-hire is where a task begins as a freelance gig or independent contractor position in which the freelancer has the opportunity to become a company employee.

How to Find Freelance Work

Focusing on companies that are known to hire freelancers can be a great way to start your search for freelance work. These marketplaces serve as the middleman and typically provide escrow for your tasks.

The well-known marketplaces such as UpWork and Fiverr have lots of competition and can often be difficult to find your initial tasks. They also often take percentage fees whether it’s between connections or fees on completed listings. There are new marketplaces that offer zero fees, cryptocurrency support, and more opportunities to connect with recruiters such as Grindez.

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Grindez is the go-to freelancer marketplace. As the go-to job marketplace hosted with cryptocurrency payments, Grindez connects freelancers and customers through smart contracts, enabling robust protections and efficient escrow payments — wherever the different parties are based. If you’re familiar with any of the big and established freelance platforms then you’ll be pleased by the features they have on their freelancer marketplace.

Basically how it works is you sign up for an account then make a listing. Companies also post requests for work to be done.

One of my favorite features which Grindez offers is to be paid out in Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Grindez offers all the usual payouts similar to other freelancer marketplaces, but to be paid in cryptocurrency for tasks is always nice. These payments are of course subject to the usual Escrow methods to make sure both vendor and purchaser interests are catered for.
Next, one of my favorite features is the search alert. Basically, you receive notifications when there are new job requests or listings matching the job criteria on the site.

I am pleased that Grindez offers listing statistics in real-time so users can see every-time a new or existing user views listings. One of my other favorite features is Grindez’s affiliate program. Users can earn a commission from the completed work of those they refer to the site. Moreover, Grindez works in real time. The ability to instantly message other freelancers or companies is really convenient to discuss milestones or to handle disputes.

Freelance Career Fields

As you can see from the abundance of freelance task listings throughout the freelance marketplaces, a wide range of companies and organizations hire freelancers based on specific skills. On Grindez, there is work for almost every freelance skill, and if you would like to work on your own terms, choose from temporary projects to full-time jobs to on-demand tasks.

These are the fields that typically hire the most freelancers:

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Administrative Assistance
  • Writing
  • Customer Support
  • Translation
  • Computer, IT, Software Development
  • Medical & Health
  • Editing
  • HR & Recruiting
  • Education & Training

Pros and Cons of Freelancing

Every career has pros and cons. Being aware of common freelance challenges can assure you are prepared.

Pros of Freelancing

The ability to have control over how much you work is my favorite perk of freelancing. When freelancing, you have near-complete control whether you accept the contract and the number of hours you’d like to work, or you can find a different opportunity. Another great perk is the ability to decide how much the hourly, fixed, and project rates will be for tasks. Once you have mastered these values, working part-time and making full-time wages is possible.

Cons of Freelancing

My favorite perk of freelancing can also be a huge responsibility, managing your personal business operations. As a freelancer, you will need to learn to pay your taxes, create invoices, finding your own health insurance, and buying personal office equipment.

Another downside to freelancing is the consistency of work. At times you will feel an abundance of opportunities, often having to decide which project to complete. While having too much work can be overwhelming at times, not having enough work is also a downfall. Freelancing will require you to manage clients and connections, assuring you always have a steady income stream.

Before You Start The Freelance Journey

Embrace Challenges

When you work with clients it’s easy to get wrapped up in your own vision of how the project will look. However, sometimes the work you complete is not up-to-par with your clients. Have an open discussion about your challenges and more than likely will your challenges no longer be difficult.

Choose a Niche

There is always a need for every skill out there. Deciding which skill to focus on can often be difficult so why not just list every skill you have? Then you will surely be hired. Specializing in something really anything enables you to build trust with prospective clients more and you will be easier to approach for people looking for that exact service.

In the early days of freelancing, taking any paid work is not out of the normal. But as you become more skilled within branding yourself and your work, you will begin to weed out the cheaper tasks and ultimately find yourself within a comfy position. Specialize in any specific field, and as an expert, you can charge more for specialized services.

Service Offerings

When you begin freelancing, it will be helpful to determine which types of work you are happy to complete and which tasks you prefer to not accept.

The more you know about your own work, the better at explaining your skills to prospective clients becomes. This will help you brand your company, aka yourself, and it will help you control your brand image. An important aspect of being a freelancer is how your employer perceives you. Are your personal social media channels filled with irrelevant clutter? Thinking about these decisions helps grow your portfolio. Taking on steady work is tempting but if you are completing tasks that are outside of your career field, then you will not see much growth within that industry. Especially if you’d like to become an industry leader, having a brand image in multiple industries becomes confusing.

High-Quality Freelance Portfolio

A high-quality work portfolio will set you apart from other skilled freelancers. If you would like to have a great portfolio, consider showcasing your past experience. You will also want to highlight contact information and links to personal projects.

The purpose of your portfolio is to express who you are. This will help assure potential clients that your skills match up with the work they need to be completed. Spending time to build a beautiful portfolio will show that you care about your work. Once you have worked on your portfolio, start including a link to the site on your social profiles, it will help generate traffic.

Freelancer Credibility

Establishing credibility is especially helpful in finding freelance tasks. Whether you decide to write an ebook, create helpful content, or collaborate with influencers in your industry, you will need credibility. The more people you can reach with your knowledge, the more likely you are to build connections and ultimately find more work.

Communicate Clearly

Your prospective customers and especially your clients are your source of income. Always communicate clearly and offer honesty and the best customer service you can. If you happen to make a mistake then be honest with the employer. Nobody wants their time wasted so take responsibility for your actions.

Final Thoughts

If you’re considering a freelancing career, then nice job! Starting your own company and working for yourself is very rewarding and a great way to grow your skills. From the start of my freelance journey, it has been extremely fun to learn how to market myself and be exposed to new opportunities. What you really need to figure out is if freelancing is right for you, which skill you will provide, and where to market yourself. Once you have these figured out, the rest will come with ease. Freelancing means becoming your own boss!

Knowledge is Power! Share your knowledge, open-source your projects, participate in a community (any community!), and maybe just maybe publish a blog post about it.

Constructive criticism and feedback are welcomed. Nicholas Resendez can be reached on Instagram @nirholas, on LinkedIn, and Twitter @Bothersome for updates on new articles.

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GM and LG Chem’s Ultium Cells partners with Li-Cycle to process manufacturing waste

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Ultium Cells LLC, a joint venture between General Motors and LG Chem, has been steadily building up its battery cell manufacturing capacity in the U.S. since the venture was first announced in December 2019. But with each battery cell they produce, they’ll also produce waste – tricky-to-handle waste that also has too much inherent valuable to toss into a landfill.

Instead of throwing it away, Ultium is sending it to a recycler. The venture has executed an agreement with Canadian company Li-Cycle to recycle critical materials from the scrap produced from Ultium’s manufacturing processes from its Lordstown plant, starting later in 2020. The materials from the Lordstown location will be sent to Li-Cycle’s recycling location in Rochester, New York, to be processed and returned to the battery supply chain.

General Motors and LG Chem are clearly determined to scale their battery cell manufacturing. Around 5-10% of the output of a cell manufacturer is this excess scrap. Considering that the Lordstown facility will be capable of producing 30 gigawatt hours of capacity annually, it’s sure to produce a sizable amount of waste material. (For perspective, Tesla’s factory in Nevada has a 35 GW-hour capacity.)

Li-Cycle’s approach is different from more traditional recycling processes, co-founder Ajay Kochhar told TechCrunch. Traditional recycling use a pyrometallurgical, or high temperature, process. With this process, batteries go into a furnace and excess material, like plastics and the electrolyte, are burned off, leaving around a 50% recovery rate for the valuable raw materials.

Li-Cycle also differs from competitors like Redwood Materials, which also use high-temperature, Kochhar explained. Redwood processes things like consumer electronics, which requires different approaches. Li-cycle uses a hydrometallurgical process that shreds – actually shreds, like a paper shredder – the battery materials in a submerged, proprietary solution. Doing it this way reduces the thermal risk of a fire and recovers up to 95% of the battery materials (Redwood also claims a recovery rate of 95-98%). By not burning anything off, the company also avoids producing potentially toxic emissions, Kochhar said.

Shredded lithium-ion batteries. Image Credits: Li-Cycle (opens in a new window)

The cathode and anode material is converted into battery-grade chemicals, like lithium carbonate, nickel sulfate and cobalt sulfate. Li-Cycle works with a company Traxys, which buys the chemical material.

“And where it goes from there is back into cathode making and back into the broader economy and battery supply chain,” Kochhar said. The next step would be a “true circular economy closed loop” where the same material used by a manufacturer is returned back to it.

The company has two recycling “spokes,” where shredding and mechanical separation occurs, in Rochester and Ontario, Canada, with a third commercial facility being built in Arizona. Once the Arizona facility becomes operational, Li-Cycle will be able to process around 20,000 metric tons, or 4 gigawatt-hours, of lithium-ion batteries annually. It’s also building what it calls a “hub” to make the battery chemicals in Rochester, which will have an annual capacity to process around 60,000 metric tons of battery scrap and “black mass” (a mix of cathode and anode material, and one of the outputs from the company’s “spokes”).

It works with 14 different automotive and battery manufacturers (though not all of those deals are public), as well as auto dealers and auto recyclers to accept and process spent lithium-ion batteries.

Ultium in April announced a second $2.3 billion U.S.-based battery factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee that is due to open in 2023. Both factories will supply the automaker with the cells needed for the 30 electric vehicle models it plans to launch by mid decade. However, it is not known if Li-Cycle will process waste from this plant, too.

Notably, the company also recycles R&D scrap from various automakers, giving Li-Cycle “a kind of first look at what’s coming down the pipe” in terms of battery technology, Kochhar said. That helps the company stay on top of the newest battery chemistries and technologies, like solid-state or lithium iron phosphate (LFP), and develop recycling processes accordingly. Li-Cycle already processes some LFP batteries; in those instances it remakes the phosphate back into a fertilizer additive.

In this case, Kochhar said he hopes people see this partnership as a proof point for the economic and environmental case for electric vehicles.

“This should be one commercial example [. . .] that EV batteries will not go into a landfill,” he said. “They’re very valuable. The technology’s here to deal with that in an economically and environmentally friendly fashion.”

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GM and LG Chem’s Ultium Cells partners with Li-Cycle to process manufacturing waste

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Ultium Cells LLC, a joint venture between General Motors and LG Chem, has been steadily building up its battery cell manufacturing capacity in the U.S. since the venture was first announced in December 2019. But with each battery cell they produce, they’ll also produce waste – tricky-to-handle waste that also has too much inherent valuable to toss into a landfill.

Instead of throwing it away, Ultium is sending it to a recycler. The venture has executed an agreement with Canadian company Li-Cycle to recycle critical materials from the scrap produced from Ultium’s manufacturing processes from its Lordstown plant, starting later in 2020. The materials from the Lordstown location will be sent to Li-Cycle’s recycling location in Rochester, New York, to be processed and returned to the battery supply chain.

General Motors and LG Chem are clearly determined to scale their battery cell manufacturing. Around 5-10% of the output of a cell manufacturer is this excess scrap. Considering that the Lordstown facility will be capable of producing 30 gigawatt hours of capacity annually, it’s sure to produce a sizable amount of waste material. (For perspective, Tesla’s factory in Nevada has a 35 GW-hour capacity.)

Li-Cycle’s approach is different from more traditional recycling processes, co-founder Ajay Kochhar told TechCrunch. Traditional recycling use a pyrometallurgical, or high temperature, process. With this process, batteries go into a furnace and excess material, like plastics and the electrolyte, are burned off, leaving around a 50% recovery rate for the valuable raw materials.

Li-Cycle also differs from competitors like Redwood Materials, which also use high-temperature, Kochhar explained. Redwood processes things like consumer electronics, which requires different approaches. Li-cycle uses a hydrometallurgical process that shreds – actually shreds, like a paper shredder – the battery materials in a submerged, proprietary solution. Doing it this way reduces the thermal risk of a fire and recovers up to 95% of the battery materials (Redwood also claims a recovery rate of 95-98%). By not burning anything off, the company also avoids producing potentially toxic emissions, Kochhar said.

Shredded lithium-ion batteries. Image Credits: Li-Cycle (opens in a new window)

The cathode and anode material is converted into battery-grade chemicals, like lithium carbonate, nickel sulfate and cobalt sulfate. Li-Cycle works with a company Traxys, which buys the chemical material.

“And where it goes from there is back into cathode making and back into the broader economy and battery supply chain,” Kochhar said. The next step would be a “true circular economy closed loop” where the same material used by a manufacturer is returned back to it.

The company has two recycling “spokes,” where shredding and mechanical separation occurs, in Rochester and Ontario, Canada, with a third commercial facility being built in Arizona. Once the Arizona facility becomes operational, Li-Cycle will be able to process around 20,000 metric tons, or 4 gigawatt-hours, of lithium-ion batteries annually. It’s also building what it calls a “hub” to make the battery chemicals in Rochester, which will have an annual capacity to process around 60,000 metric tons of battery scrap and “black mass” (a mix of cathode and anode material, and one of the outputs from the company’s “spokes”).

It works with 14 different automotive and battery manufacturers (though not all of those deals are public), as well as auto dealers and auto recyclers to accept and process spent lithium-ion batteries.

Ultium in April announced a second $2.3 billion U.S.-based battery factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee that is due to open in 2023. Both factories will supply the automaker with the cells needed for the 30 electric vehicle models it plans to launch by mid decade. However, it is not known if Li-Cycle will process waste from this plant, too.

Notably, the company also recycles R&D scrap from various automakers, giving Li-Cycle “a kind of first look at what’s coming down the pipe” in terms of battery technology, Kochhar said. That helps the company stay on top of the newest battery chemistries and technologies, like solid-state or lithium iron phosphate (LFP), and develop recycling processes accordingly. Li-Cycle already processes some LFP batteries; in those instances it remakes the phosphate back into a fertilizer additive.

In this case, Kochhar said he hopes people see this partnership as a proof point for the economic and environmental case for electric vehicles.

“This should be one commercial example [. . .] that EV batteries will not go into a landfill,” he said. “They’re very valuable. The technology’s here to deal with that in an economically and environmentally friendly fashion.”

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BLOOMBERG GREEN: Beijing’s Olympic hurdle

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When Beijing hosted the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, China was determined to welcome visitors from around the world with blue skies and fresh air. Authorities shut down or cut production at almost all the factories in and around the capital. The government launched measures to cut traffic congestion by half that are still in place today.

Operation “Olympic Blue” worked. The city notorious for its smog was transformed for an entire month. More than a decade later, China has to pull off the feat again when it hosts the winter games next year. This time might be more challenging.

President Xi Jinping has made cleaning up the environment a priority since he came to power in 2013. That’s included advancing the Blue Sky action plan, which sets air quality targets for each district in Beijing, and implementing measures to cut pollution. By the end of last year, coal stoves in 25 million households had been replaced with gas or electric. Tens of thousands of factories have been fined for exceeding their emissions limits since a government crackdown starting in 2017. The share of heavily polluted days experienced nationwide in 2020 was half that of 2015, falling in key regions including Beijing.

The Chinese government pledged in March to “basically eliminate” heavy pollution days by 2025, though progress remains patchy. A report this month by the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) showed that more than 80 cities experienced five or more such days in 2020, in spite of pandemic lockdowns. Beijing is also behind on its air quality targets. In the first quarter of this year, the average concentration of deadly PM2.5 particles was 21% higher compared with the same period in 2019, according to CREA.

China’s post-pandemic recovery is driving the increase in emissions. Production of steel, cement and thermal power outpaced gross domestic product growth in the first quarter, CREA’s research showed, as the world’s second-biggest economy makes up for lost time. Earlier this year, the environment ministry found steel mills near Beijing that had been told to halt activity to lower pollution were operating illegally and had falsified production records.

There are two ways for China to cut pollution during the Olympics, said Lauri Myllyvirta, an analyst at CREA. The government could either continually cut emissions throughout the year, or shut factories and limit traffic during the Olympics like it did before. The latter way might seem easier in the short term, but sustained progress needs “a move away from coal and oil, as well as reduced reliance on the most polluting heavy industries, such as coal-based steelmaking,” he said.

The costs of abruptly shutting down industrial activity in 2008 may be too enormous to repeat.  The short notice caused the economy significant damage, according to Ma Jun, director of the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs. China “faces a lot of pressure to keep the air good for the whole period of the games,” said Ma. “If gradual measures to reduce emissions and control air pollution fail to be implemented, then China would have to do the same thing it did the last time, which nobody wants to see.”

Hosting the games in the colder months rather than the summer also means contending with more challenging weather conditions and higher emissions from heating homes and offices.

And there’s a new uncertainty: dust storms. Last week, Beijing battled its fourth major sandstorm since March as strong winds blew in dust from desert areas to the north. Government officials and meteorologists attributed the events to overgrazing and mining in Mongolia, along with more extreme weather this spring including less rain and snow, frequently alternating warm and cold spells, and heavy winds.

“If the sandstorms are as bad next year, there’s nothing people can do to improve the situation immediately,” said Ma. “It’s important to protect the environment and fragile ecosystem on the Mongolian plain, but the good effects will take time.”

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When Beijing hosted the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, China was determined to welcome visitors from around the world with blue skies and fresh air. Authorities shut down or cut production at almost all the factories in and around the capital. The government launched measures to cut traffic congestion by half that are still in place today.

Operation “Olympic Blue” worked. The city notorious for its smog was transformed for an entire month. More than a decade later, China has to pull off the feat again when it hosts the winter games next year. This time might be more challenging.

President Xi Jinping has made cleaning up the environment a priority since he came to power in 2013. That’s included advancing the Blue Sky action plan, which sets air quality targets for each district in Beijing, and implementing measures to cut pollution. By the end of last year, coal stoves in 25 million households had been replaced with gas or electric. Tens of thousands of factories have been fined for exceeding their emissions limits since a government crackdown starting in 2017. The share of heavily polluted days experienced nationwide in 2020 was half that of 2015, falling in key regions including Beijing.

The Chinese government pledged in March to “basically eliminate” heavy pollution days by 2025, though progress remains patchy. A report this month by the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) showed that more than 80 cities experienced five or more such days in 2020, in spite of pandemic lockdowns. Beijing is also behind on its air quality targets. In the first quarter of this year, the average concentration of deadly PM2.5 particles was 21% higher compared with the same period in 2019, according to CREA.

China’s post-pandemic recovery is driving the increase in emissions. Production of steel, cement and thermal power outpaced gross domestic product growth in the first quarter, CREA’s research showed, as the world’s second-biggest economy makes up for lost time. Earlier this year, the environment ministry found steel mills near Beijing that had been told to halt activity to lower pollution were operating illegally and had falsified production records.

There are two ways for China to cut pollution during the Olympics, said Lauri Myllyvirta, an analyst at CREA. The government could either continually cut emissions throughout the year, or shut factories and limit traffic during the Olympics like it did before. The latter way might seem easier in the short term, but sustained progress needs “a move away from coal and oil, as well as reduced reliance on the most polluting heavy industries, such as coal-based steelmaking,” he said.

The costs of abruptly shutting down industrial activity in 2008 may be too enormous to repeat.  The short notice caused the economy significant damage, according to Ma Jun, director of the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs. China “faces a lot of pressure to keep the air good for the whole period of the games,” said Ma. “If gradual measures to reduce emissions and control air pollution fail to be implemented, then China would have to do the same thing it did the last time, which nobody wants to see.”

Hosting the games in the colder months rather than the summer also means contending with more challenging weather conditions and higher emissions from heating homes and offices.

And there’s a new uncertainty: dust storms. Last week, Beijing battled its fourth major sandstorm since March as strong winds blew in dust from desert areas to the north. Government officials and meteorologists attributed the events to overgrazing and mining in Mongolia, along with more extreme weather this spring including less rain and snow, frequently alternating warm and cold spells, and heavy winds.

“If the sandstorms are as bad next year, there’s nothing people can do to improve the situation immediately,” said Ma. “It’s important to protect the environment and fragile ecosystem on the Mongolian plain, but the good effects will take time.”

Like getting the Green Daily newsletter? Subscribe to Bloomberg.com for unlimited access to breaking news on climate and energy, data-driven reporting and graphics, Bloomberg Green magazine and more.

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