4 Problems Nigeria-based Freelancers Face In The Struggle

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Added to the normal everyday Lagos and Nigeria problems, the country’s youths who are savvy, willing and with access to the Internet still face other challenges to freelance success.

As the world moves towards a freelance-first economy (usually called the gig or talent economy), learning new skills, being globally connected and contributing high-quality, consistent…




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