SG best place in the world for freelancers: Tide

Meanwhile, Japan is the worst country to work in freelance.

UK business financial platform Tide released its Freelancer Hotspots: The best countries for a freelance life report on 7 October.

According to the report, Singapore took the top spot as the best place to work as a freelancer in 2021, with a score of 7.35/10. New Zealand was second with 7.20/10, and Spain third with 6.53/10.

On the other hand, Japan took the last spot as the worst country for freelancers at 3.99/10. China and Italy followed in second and third, respectively.

The factors that affected the scores are broadband speed, broadband affordability, searches for freelance work per 100,000 people, co-working spaces per 100,000 people, the strength of legal rights protecting freelancers, cost of living, the Happiness Index from 2017 to 2019, and the Global Gender Gap Index 2020.

Read the full report here.

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