How many writers are still in freelance series contracts?
The number of freelance series contract workers is shrinking.
In fact, the number of freelancers in the world with contracts is decreasing.
The International Association of Booksellers and Authors (IABA) said in a report published Tuesday that more than 70% of writers working in freelance projects are now contract workers.
The number of people working in a freelance series is up, but it is falling in some countries, the report said.
In the United States, the IABA reported that the number is up 4% over last year.
And the number still falls in many countries.
In Canada, for example, the rate of contract workers was about 25% in 2017, down from about 30% in 2014.
But a growing number of writers are working on non-fiction, short stories and poetry projects.
IABAs International Federation of Writers, Writers and Artists (IFWU) reports that more and more writers are taking on more projects.
In fact, IABas International Federation for Writers, Authors and Artists said the number and rate of freelance writers in its membership grew by 13% between 2016 and 2017.IABAs statistics showed that the freelance market is the most lucrative in the book industry, with more than $11 billion in annual revenue.
The report said freelance writers make up about 20% of the book trade’s workforce.
But the IAFA said that freelancers’ incomes were falling, particularly in the United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, Mexico and New Zealand.
The IAB’s report says that freelance series and short stories have also been losing their popularity in recent years.
It also said that many writers don’t have the time to write multiple stories.
I am more interested in reading a story.
It is easier to do that when I have something to read, and I want to do the work.
I am interested in the story because it is my life, and so it is important to me.
I am not a writer who is just looking to write something and make a living.
I want a story to be my life.